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COHASSET 



A BICENTENNIAL COMMUNITY 



ANNUAL REPORT 
1987 



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ELMER J. PRATT 

November 30, 1986 
Planning Board, Advisory Committee, 

Zoning Board of Appeals, 
Deer Hill School Building Committee 



FRANK J. MIGLIACCIO 

February 17, 1987 
Water Department 



WARRN S. PRATT 

March 2, 1987 
Assessor 



THOMAS OILMAN CHURCHILL 

April 7, 1987 
Selectmen and School Committee 



JOHN F. LANGMAID, HI 

July 18, 1987 
School Committee 



MANUEL A. MARKS, SR. 

October 5, 1987 
Election Officer — Warden 



SHIRLEY PRENDERGAST 

December 7, 1987 
School Department 



EDWARD BARROW 

December 18, 1987 
Fire Department 



LOUISE E. CONROY 

December 31, 1987 
Democratic Town Committee & Registrar of Voters 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 

Population January 1987 — 7,211 

Tenth Congressional District 

Representative Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: William B. Golden 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



1^987 



Elected Town Officers 

1987-1988 



SELECTMEN 



Rocco F. Laugelle 
Clifford Mitman, Jr. 
James L. Gallagher 
Burtram J. Pratt 
Martha K. Gjesteby 



William D. Weeks 



Frances L. Marks 



Michael C. Patrolia 
Thoms S. Duggan 
James W. Lagrotteria 



Elizabeth B. Ripley 



Harold W.Litchfield 



Joseph R. Nedrow 
Barbara W. Bliss 
Diane David Kornet 
C. Christopher Ford 
Nancy L. Sandell 



MODERATOR 



TOWN CLERK 



ASSESSORS 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1990 



Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Agnes McCann 
David H. Wads worth 
Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Michele A. Buckley 
Edward T. Atkinson 
Sheila S. Evans 
Doris R. McNulty 



John M. Burns 
Sharon Becker 
William E. Baird 



Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 



April 1988 
April 1988 
April 1988 
April 1989 
April 1989 
April 1989 
April 1990 
April 1990 
April 1990 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 



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PLANNING BOARD 



Robert H. Sturdy 
Patrick A. Plante 
John F. O'Toole 
Alfred S. Moore, Jr. 
Daniel C. Cotton 



Lot E. Bates 
Ronald Goodwin 
William Montuori 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 

R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. 
Frank C. DeSantis, Jr. 
Edward M. Guild 

RECREATION COMMISSION 

Robert G. Beggan (Resigned 1987) 

Richard P. Barrow 

Alna L. Ekberg 

Joseph Andrade (to fill vacancy 3 yrs.) 

Gerald A. Buckley 

Mary K. Muncey 

Donald Staszko 

Terese England Duggan 



Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1991 

Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 

Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 



Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 



April 1988 
April 1989 
April 1990 
April 1991 
April 1992 
April 1992 
April 1992 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 



Kathleen M. Conte 
Stephen F. Wigmore 
John D. Muncey 
Ralph Perroncello 



Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1991 
Term expires April 1992 



Frederick Koed (Appointed by the Governor Nov. 12, 1987) Term expires July 28, 1992 



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TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Term Expires 
Executive Secretary 

Donald R. Andrew 

Town Accountant 

Mary J. Matthews (appointed 8/87) 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 
Lawrence D. Ainshe 
Brian Cogill 
David C. Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
John C. Conte 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Maureen F. Healy 
Chfton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
William R. Oliver 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Richard W. Jackson 

Dog Officer 

Wiliam Quigley (appointed 4/87) ^ 1 988 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 1988 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Daniel F. Brock 

Fire Department Under Civil Service 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Robert D. Silvia Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 



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Edward Barrow (deceased, 12/87) Firefighter 
Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter EMT 

John T. Boswell III Firefighter 

Richard M. Conley (retired 10/7) Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Lin wood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 
Thomas G. Hernan Firefighter EMT 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr. Firefighter 
Robert F. ProtuHs Firefighter EMT 

William J. ProtuHs Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 
William A. Sestito Temporary Firefighter EMT 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 
Peter Trask Firefighter EMT 
Eric Wenzlow Firefighter EMT 

Forest Warden 

Daniel Brock, Fire Chief 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Donald G. Robbins 1988 

Plumbing and Gas Inspector (Appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. 1988 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 1988 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

LotE. Bates, Jr. 1988 

Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 1988 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 1988 

Director of Veterans' Affairs 

Noel A. Ripley 1988 



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Constable 

Maria A. Plante 1989 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Donald G. Robbins 
Daniel F. Brock 

Fence Viewers 

Grace A. Donohue 1988 

Kearin A. Dunn 1988 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter (retired 7/87) 
Steven E. Osborne (appointed 6/87) 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 1988 

William G. Stone (for Little Harbor) 1988 

Shellfish Constable 

David R. Marks, Jr. 1990 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Steven E. Osborne 1988 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 1988 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Pauline J. Litchfield 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside, Beechwood, Perkins and Cedar Street Cemeteries 



BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND REPRESENTATIVES 
APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Council on Aging 

Reverend John Keohane, Chairman 1990 

Helen Barbary 1990 

Dorothea C.Bjorkgren 1989 

Mary Donovan 1989 

Elizabeth Enders 1989 

Anthony Finegan 1990 



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Charlotte Leland 1988 

Gerard Keating 1988 

Katherine M. McGrath 1988 

Edward T. Mulvey 1989 
Alice Daunt (representative) 
Helen Hooper (representative) 
Fred Huntwork (representative) 

Arts Lottery Council 

Sigred Carey, Chairman 1989 

Karin Bartow 1989 

Christine M.Conley 1989 

James C. Contis 1989 

David A. Hassan 1989 

Linda Holloran 1989 

Helen Ketcham 1989 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1988 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1992 

James Salyards 1988 

Frederic H. Wood, Jr. 1990 

Cable T.V. CouncU 

John Packard, Chairman (School Committee) 1988 

Alana Ekberg (Recreation) 1990 

Michael Grenier 1988 

Richard Hayes (Library) 1 988 

Fredrick B. Laidlaw 1989 

Donald McAlUster 1988 

Richard A. McCarthy 1988 

Penelope P. Redfield (Art Center) 1990 

Denise Ripley (Drama) 1988 

Cemetery Committee 

Glenn Pratt, Chairman 
William Ferriter 
Elizabeth Holt (resigned 12/87) 
Peter Laugelle (ex-officio) 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission 

James Murphy, Chairman 1988 

Marian Atkinson, Alternate 1988 

Patricia Dean 1987 

Donald Evans 1990 

L. Emmett Holt 1989 

Wigmore Pierson 1990 

James Sandell 1989 

Hubert P. Vanderlugt, Alternate 1989 

Kathryn Young 1988 



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Conservation Commission 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 1988 

John Kent Bryant 1990 

Patricia C. Buckley 1989 

James Cox 1990 

Laura Doherty 1987 

Dean Harrold 1988 

Austin O'Toole 1989 

WilHam H. Parmenter 1988 

Cultural Exchange Committee 

Lee Jenkins, Chairman 1989 

Joanne T. Chittick 1990 

Carolyn Contis 1988 

John Dean 1990 

Mia Dean 1990 

Rosette Greco 1988 

Barbara Hislop (resigned 12/87) 1989 

Judith S. Keim (resigned (7/87) 1987 

Mary Lou Lawrence 1988 

John Lennon 1989 

Mildred Mitman 1988 

Ann E. Moore 1990 

Paul Narkiewicz 1988 

Diana T . Rousseau 1 990 
Garrison Rousseau (resigned 3/87) 

Kathleen St. Onge 1988 

Elizabeth Warren 1988 

EloiseWelz 1989 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

Priscilla S. Tebbetts, Chairman 1988 

Eleanor Cooney-Smith 1990 

Donald L. DeMichele 1989 

Donna P. French 1989 

Arthur M. Pompeo 1989 

Jeffrey Power 1990 

John Anson Whealler 1 990 

Fair Housing Committee 

Reverend Clifford Cutler, Chairman 1988 

Daniel C. Cotton (Planning Board) 1989 

Barbara Froio 1989 

James Gallagher 1990 
Leo Happenny (Cohasset Housing Authority) 

Joanne Nawn 1990 

Patrick Plante (Planning Board) 1988 

Government Island Study Committee 

Hamilton Tewksbury, Chairman 1989 

Richard P. Barrow 1989 



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Robert M. Davenport 1990 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1990 

Vivian M. McCormack 1988 

Noel A. Ripley 1990 

Harry H. Ritter 1988 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 

John Pfaffmann, Chairman 1989 

A. J. Antoine (resigned (3/87) 

Paul A. Carlson 1990 

Lorren Gibbons (appointed 12/87) 1988 

Herbert Jason (resigned 12/87) 

Mary Muncey 1990 

Harry B. St. Onge 1987 

Jack P. Silvia 1990 

WiUiam Stone 1987 

Peter Wood 1988 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1989 
Elizabeth Enders (resigned 6/87) 

HermonJ. Maynard 1990 

Patricia Murphy 1989 

Grace Tuckerman 1988 

David H. Wadsworth 1988 

Daniel Young 1990 

Insurance Advisory Committee 

David Bernstein 

Gait Grant 

Samuel W. Wakeman 

Mass Transportation Commission to Represent the Town of Cohasset 
in the Greater Boston Region 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Martha K. Gjesteby Jan. 1991 

MiUiken Field Committee 

Kenneth Ekberg, Chairman (resigned 11/87) 

Clark Chatterton (resigned 11/87) 

Charles DeSantis 

Terese Duggan 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Donald G. Robbins (ex-officio) 

Police/Fire Station Renovation Building Committee 

Robert A. Stansell, Jr., Chairman 

Robert V. Davenport 

Robert Kasameyer (resigned 3/87) 



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Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur 
Veneta Roebuck 
Diane C. Sullivan 
£x-officio Members: 
Daniel Brock 
Joseph Kealey 
Paul Laugelle 
Arthur Pompeo 
Donald G. Robbins 

Registrars of Voters 

Robert S. Pape, Chairman 1988 

Burtram J. Pratt (resigned 2/87) 

Alice Daunt 1989 

George Marlette 1990 

South Shore Regional School District Representative 

David Chittim 

Straits Pond Management Committee 

Joseph Godzik 
Mary I. McGrath 
Joanne Sheppard 
Gary Vanderweil 

Town Hall Building Committee 

Benjamin Blake, Chairman 

Anthony Fasciano 

CoHn Studds 

David Terry 

Joseph M. Wolfe, Jr. 

Tri-Town Commission Delegate 

James L. Gallagher 

U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Committee 

David H. Wads worth, Chairman 

Michelle Buckley 

David Chittim (resigned 11/87) 

Barbara Dillon 

Agnes McCann (resigned 4/87) 

Patricia Murphy 

Maxwell Pounder 

Frank Smith 

Watershed Protection Area Committee 

William Baird 
Thomas Cook 
Daniel Cotton 
James Gallagher 
Ronald Goodwin 



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Victoria Grayken 
Susan Hodgson 
Jack Hubbard 
Barbara Kern 
Mary Jane McArthur 

Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council Representatives 

Donald B. Kennedy 

Larry Mitchell 

John F. Hubbard, Liaison to GSA 

Zoning Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 1990 

S. Woodworth Chittick, Associate 1989 

Mark DeGiacomo, Associate 1990 

Terrence Farrell 1988 

Edward J. Lubitz 1988 

Barbara M. Power 1989 



Town Officers Appointed by Authorities 
Other Than the Board of Selectmen 

Chief Librarian 

Richard E. Hayes 

Executive Director of the Housing Authority 

Barbara Clain 

Health Agent 

Joseph R. Godzik, V.M.D. 

Recreation Director — 

Appointed by the Recreation Commission under Article 54, May 1976 Town Meeting 

John M. Worley 

Superintendent of Schools 

Stephen E. Hart (Effective 9/1/86) 

Superintendent of Water Department 

Benjamin F. Curley 



Boards, Committees, Commissions, and Representatives 
Appointed by Authorities Other Than The Board of Selectmen 

Advisory Committee 

Jane O.Goedecke, Chairman 1988 

Martin G. Corry, Jr. 1989 

Arne K. Gjesteby 1988 



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Frederick R. Koed 1987 

William R. Lean, Jr. 1990 

Paul L. Lualdi 1989 

Elizabeth J. Millard 1988 

Dorothea D. Parmenter 1990 

Dennis L. Rossi 1987 

Bylaw Committee 

Cornelia L. O'Malley, Chairman 1988 

Mary E. Gainor 1989 

Roger Nast 1989 

Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 1990 

Richard J. Avery 1990 

WiUiam E. Haynes 1988 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1988 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 1989 

Design Review Board 

Robert Stansell, Chairman 1989 

Eileen Corbett 1989 

Nancy S. Garrison 1990 

Gordon S. Hislop, Associate 1989 

Peter O'Connor 1988 

Maxwell R. Pounder 1990 
Roger Whitley, Associate 
Donald G. Robbins, ex-officio 

Drainage Advisory Committee 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 1988 

Lyle E. Branagan 1990 

Thomas Cowan 1989 

Penelope Kern 1990 

Walter G. Ross 1987 

Diane C. Sullivan 1990 

Town Government Structure Committee 

John J. O'Donnell, Jr., Chairman ' 1988 

Jean B. Cotton 1988 

Richard E. Horn 1989 

Chartis B. Langmaid 1988 

JohnP. Reardon, Jr. 1987 

John F. Whoriskey 1990 

Herbert Williams, Jr. 1990 

Wilson H. Pile 1989 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 
William Baird 
Lot Bates 



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Janet Daggett 
Gordon Deane 
Barbara Kern 

Personnel Committee 

Janet Daggett, Chairman 1988 

John B. Brady 1990 

Joan S. Brown 1990 

Charles B. M. Douglas 1989 

William J. Good 1988 

Recycling Committee 

Arthur L. Lehr 
Merle Brown 
John F. Hubbard 

School Facilities Committee, under Article 42, March Meeting 1960, 
Appointed by the Moderator and Article 33 of 1975 Meeting 
Appointed by Moderator 

Robert Beggan 1989 

Linda Henderson 1990 

George Marlette III (resigned 9/20/87) 

Appointed by Selectmen 

Robert L. Julian 1990 

Marie McCarthy 1988 

Richard J. Silvia 1989 

Appointed by School Committee 

Irene Brown 1987 

Daniel Dormer 1988 

Russell Reidy 1989 



1987 PROSPECTIVE JUROR LIST 

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 234A, Section 15, the prospec- 
tive jury Hst is available in the Town Clerk's office with names of those residents who 
may be summoned for juror service. 

This information is available for public inspection during normal office hours. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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Election Officers 

For the Year 1987 

In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider the 
following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing year. These 
names have been taken from the lists submitted by the RepubHcan and Democratic 
Town Committees. 



Warden 


Dominic M. Baccari 


R 




Deputy Warden 


MaryN. 


Grassie 


R 




Clerk 


Jean Salvador 


D 




Clerk 


Ronald Goodwin 


D 




Deputy Clerk 


Ann Leonard 


D 




Deputy Clerk 


Mary A. 


Fiori 


D 




INSPECTORS: 










Jean McAuliffe 


D 


Carol Beggan 




R 


Andrea Davis 


D 


Maria R. Pape 




R 


Charlotte Leland 


D 


Kathleen E. Rhodes 




I 


Ruth M. Pratt 


R 


Margaret C. Hernan 




I 


DEPUTY INSPECTORS: 










Dorothea Bjorkgren 


D 


Grace Tuckerman 




R 


Marjorie Giffen 


D 


Betty Pearce 




R 


Patricia A. Walsh 


D 


Willa Berents 




R 


Katherine Lincoln 


R 








TELLERS: 










Margaret Chapin 


R 


Kurt Giffen 




D 


Rosette Greco 


R 


FredKoed 




D 


Judy Volungis 


R 


Lisa Koed 




D 


Mary Goodwin 


D 


Donna French 




D 


John Mullett 


R 


Margaret Stoughton 




R 



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Board of Selectmen 

The Board of Selectmen was very active during 1987 with a number of activities of 
concern to the Town. Being the chief elected officials of the Town, we face a myriad of 
issues on a continuing basis and are frequently called upon to resolve issues that involve 
interaction among Town departments and other boards. 

KEY APPOINTMENTS AND DATES 

April 4 Annual and Special Town Meetings 

March 3 Appointed George Marlette to Board of Registrars 

June 8 Appointed Steven Osborne Harbormaster effective upon retire- 

ment of Harbormaster Harry Ritter July 31 

August 31 Appointed Mary Matthews Town Accountant effective October 5 

September 17 Observed Bicentennial of U.S. Constitution 

October 26 Special Town Meeting 

November 6, 7, 8 Selectmen and Executive Secretary attend Massachusetts Municipal 
Association Annual Meeting in Boston 

November 14 Ground breaking for Town Hall addition 

ONGOING BOARD ACTIVITIES 

Interaction with Other Boards and Committees 

The Board encourages citizens to participate in Selectmen's meetings. Open discus- 
sion of important issues assists the Board in the decision making process and keeps the 
Board informed of citizens' opinions on matters affecting everyday life in Cohasset. 
The Board maintains a line of communication with Town departments and boards by 
designation of Board members as liaisons to each of them. 

Cost Containment 

The Board continues to keep the cost of local government in mind. User fees are 
examined annually and where appropriate, increases are made. This puts the cost of 
services benefiting only a small segment of the population on those who benefit. The 
high cost of insurance is closely monitored by the Insruance Advisory Committee and 
the Board of Selectmen. Coverages have been modified where appropriate to save 
premium dollars. The Board is constantly seeking additional cost saving measures that, 
if implemented, will save tax dollars now and in future years. 

Legal fees are another area where costs are high. While costs for Town Counsel 
have been reduced, costs of Special Counsel are rising. Special Counsel handles 
specialized legal problems, the most pressing of which involves protection of the Town's 
water supply. This case in particular accentuates the need to make timely decisions 
within budget constraints about when to use Special Counsel. We continue to deal with 
the requirements to balance legal costs and the potential magnitude of the problem in- 
volved. 

Environmental Concerns 

Another issue of great concern to the Board is the protection of Cohasset's en- 
vironment. The Board endorsed the efforts of the New England Clean Water Action 
Project to stop the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority from installing a sewage 
discharge pipe close to our coastline. Progress is being made in that effort and we hope 
a decision will result that will protect our coastline. We have been exploring the various 
alternatives for disposal of solid waste and are close to a decision in this effort. In early 
1988, an agreement will be signed for participation in the SEMASS Partnership located 



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in Rochester. This will mean that most of our solid waste will be transported to the 
SEMASS trash-to-energy plant for disposal. Our landfill will only be used for items that 
are not accepted for burning at the plant, thereby reducing a potential source of pollu- 
tion in future years. 

We have also had aesthetics in mind when considering requests of the utility com- 
panies for installation of new equipment in Town. While we want to approve only what 
is pleasing to the eye, we must also keep in mind that we are living in a growing economy 
and improvements must be made in basic services. When the utility companies install 
new equipment on the roads in Cohasset, we require that they obscure the new equip- 
ment from view as much as possible. In one case, we required that they move a pro- 
posed installation to an alternate location to protect the appearance of an historic site. 

Public Safety 

In the public safety department, our police department is once again at full 
strength. We have been greatly concerned about the issue of alcohol consumption. In 
1986 the Board took disciplinary action against one liquor serving establishment. Again, 
in 1987 it became necessary for the Board to suspend the operating license of one liquor 
Hcensee. Public awareness of the problem of excessive hquor consumption and the 
availability of liquor to minors is growing. The Board will not be lenient with those who 
abuse the privilege of serving or selling liquor. The safety of the public must be the over- 
riding factor where hquor licensing matters are concerned. 

Affordable Housing 

The Town has continued to address the issue of affordable housing in Cohasset. 
We discussed this issue locally and with state officials. Unfortunately, due to the time it 
took for Town boards to agree upon the steps that we would take to address the issue, 
the Executive Office of Communities and Development found that Cohasset is unfairly 
restrictive of housing and we are no longer eligible for state discretionary grants. We 
will continue to work in Cohasset and with state officials to come to an agreement to 
assure the Town will work to provide housing at affordable prices and reverse the deci- 
sion of that state agency. 

TOWN FACILITIES 

On November 14, 1987 the Board of Selectmen and the Town Building Committee 
broke ground for the addition and renovation project that was approved by the Annual 
Town Meeting in April. This was the culmination of months of work and years of plan- 
ning. When this project is completed, all Town offices will be housed in one building. 
We will have adequate meeting space for the various boards and committees that make 
up our government. We will have a Town Hall of which we can all be proud and which 
will enable us to work in a more efficient manner while, at the same time, preserving the 
character of the area in which it is located. 

At a November Special Town meeting, voters approved a renovation and addition 
project for the poHce/fire headquarters building on Elm Street. This project will 
enhance the services of these two departments and should be underway by the summer 
of 1988. 

While these two projects have helped, we still have capital needs that must be ad- 
dressed. A solid waste transfer station will have to be built as part of our solid waste 
disposal plan. Our Highway Department and Park Department are both outgrowing 
their buildings. Growth in capital spending has been slow in the 1980's and we must now 
catch up with the growth of the Town and meet the needs of our citizens. Additional 
facilities and expenditures will also be necessary to provide for cemetery space and 
athletic playing fields. It is important that we develop a comprehensive plan to meet our 



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needs within the constraints of our ability to pay for them. Continuing our capital im- 
provement program could possibly mean that we would exceed our levying hmit and 
have need for an override of it. 

FUTURE PLANS 

Some additional major issues to be addressed by the Selectmen in the coming year 
are: 

1 . EstabHshment of a land bank according to the terms approved by the 
voters 

2. Dredging and other improvements in Cohasset Harbor 

3. Restoration of rail service to the South Shore 

4. EstabHshment of regional services and cooperation in other matters of 
mutual interest. This would include continuation of our participation in 
the Tri-Town Commission which consists of a Selectman from 
Hingham, Hull and Cohasset. The commission provides an important 
communication link between the three towns. 

The other regional agency, the South Shore Coalition, consisting of ten 
south shore communities, continues to thrive. The Coalition is now ad- 
dressing the important issues of affordable housing and soHd waste 
disposal, in addition to transportation. The Coalition is becoming an in- 
tegral part of the governments of south shore communities and will be 
providing us with important services. We fully support its continuation 
and growth. 

The Board would Uke to thank the employees of the Town for the care they take to 
insure the quality of our services. We also wish to recognize the Town citizens who serve 
on boards and committees and offer our thanks for their time and effort. The assistance 
provided by these dedicated people helps the Board of Selectmen fulfill its responsibiUty 
to the people of Cohasset. We would particularly like to thank our former colleague, 
Diane SulUvan, who contributed greatly to the Town as a member and Chairman of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

We look forward to a prosperous 1988 and welcome the challenges it will bring. We 
hope many new people will be active in government and that by working together with 
the citizens of Cohasset, we can provide quality services to all residents. 



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Annual Town Meeting and Special Town Meeting 

April 4, 6 and 7th, 1987 
INDEX 

Article No. Description of Article 

1 (Saturday) To choose officers not required to be elected. 

board, committees, councils, commission, various organizations 

RESOLUTION 

Mary Jane E. McArthur, member of the Board of Selectmen 

RESOLUTION 

Diane C. Sullivan, member of the Board of Selecmten 

RESOLUTION 

Warren S. Pratt, member of the Board of Assessors 

RESOLUTION 

2 (Saturday) The reports of the various Town Officers Report for 1986 

3 (Saturday) The reports of Committees 

That the Annual Town Meeting recess pending the completion of the 
Special Town Meeting 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

1 (Saturday) Transfer from available funds payment of unpaid bills fiscal 1986 

$5,000.00 replace float & runway Gov't Island Waterway Improvement 



2 (Saturday) 

3 (Saturday) 



Fund. 



4 (Saturday) 



Transfer from Surplus revenue $16,761.00 supplement plans & 
specifications improvement Athletic Facilities at Milliken field and up- 
per field. 

Supplement the budgetary account $35,000.00 for Town Counsel legal 
fees for balance 1987 fiscal year. 

35 (Saturday) Cohasset Heights closing 

INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

57 (Saturday) Unemployment compensation $5,000.00 

45 (Saturday) Parcel of real property Superior Court Lot 11 Heather Drive Joseph 
Crossen 

43 (Saturday) Equip new four wheel drive vehicle Tree & Park & Cemetery Dept. pur- 
chase $16,000.00 

26 Water Rates 

34 PoHce & Fire Station 

INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

8 (Saturday) Dept. Public Works Bond of indemnity to the Commonwealth 

27 (Saturday) Highway Dept. diesel dump truck $40,000.00 

28 (Saturday) Improvement of Town Roads 

29 (Saturday) Resurfacing certain Town Streets $22,172.00 



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12 (Saturday) $1,000.00 under Art 12, 1983 A.T.M. Margin St., Atlantic etc. rescind- 
ed sum no longer necessary for the project 

46 (Saturday) Drainage Beechwood Street 

INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

MOVED THAT THIS MEETING ADJOURN UNTIL 
MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1987 at 7:30 P.M. 

55 (Monday) To Petition the Mass General Court Land Bank l^^o 

19 (Monday) Group Insurance 
DEFEATED 

16 (Monday) Seeding a portion of the Cedar St. Landfill $40,000.00 

33 (Monday) Constructing an addition to Town Hall Borrow (Bond Article) 
1,096,450.00 

MEETING ADJOURNED UNTIL TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1987 



TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 7, 1987 

20 (Tuesday) Residential Cluster Development District. 
Zoning By-Law 

Establishment of Zoning Districts 
Zoning By-Law 

Regulations Permitted Uses Zoning By-Law 
REJECTED 



21 (Tuesday) 

22 (Tuesday) 

23 (Tuesday) 

31 (Tuesday) 

32 (Tuesday) 
53 (Tuesday) 
50 (Tuesday) 

52 (Tuesday) 

36 (Tuesday) 



Striking in its entirety Section 9A Water Supply Protection Building 
Moratorium 

Nonconforming Uses Structures and Lots. 
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

Area Regulations 

TOWN ACCEPT A GIFT scholarship fund Stevens Trust 

Repairs to the Paul Pratt Mem Lib. building, cupola painting etc. 
$10,000.00 

Accept a gift from the Nantasket Lib. 
$35,(XX).(X) for capital improvements 

Refurbish the pond on Cohasset Common $17,500.00 



MONDAY EVENING APRIL 6, 1987 

37 (Monday) Purchase and equip full size sedan cruiser for the Fire Dept. $18,550.00 

14 (Monday) Contribution to the So. Shore Coahtion for the organizations purposes 
$1,000.00 

11 (Monday) Rescind $50,000.00 no longer necessary for the project. 

10 (Monday) Mosquito control on low lands and swamps $2,000.00 Chapter 112 of 
the Acts of 1933 

44 (Monday) The Modified Ward Plan waste water management 
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 



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58 (Monday) 
15 (Monday) 



48 (Monday) 

24 (Monday) 
38 (Monday) 

25 (Monday) 
5 (Saturday) 

5 (Saturday) 

Schedule 1 
^0 Increase & 
Step Increases 

5 

5 

6 (Saturday) 

6 

7 (Saturday) 



General Bylaw Safety and Public Order Sec, 30. 
No selling between 11:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M. 

Establish enterprise fund for certain Town Dept. 

INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

Social Service League, 75 years, RESOLUTION 

Dr. C. Michael Bliss, Board of Health, RESOLUTION 

Report of the Committee of Survey Structure and Functions of Town 

Government 

Purchase of data processing equip. $6,000.00 

Intersection of Tupelo Rd. and CJCHwy to prevent traffic 

Refurbish upgrade and equip the Fire Engine No. 3 1979 Farrar Pumper 

Water Revenue $45,000.00 for repairs on roof at Lily Pond 

Salary & Rate Schedules Fiscal 1988 

List of Departments 



Amendments to Personnel By-Law 

Wage adjustment 

Schedule 1-A Compensation Plan 1988 
Elected Officials Salary Schedule 

Adopted amendment Salaries Elected Officials 

Reserve Fund 



MODERATOR WILLIAM D. WEEKS random selection except certain articles 

9 (Saturday) Authorize Town Treasurer to borrow 

18 (Saturday) "Sales of Cemetery Lots Woodside" $3,500.00 Burial plots 

39 (Saturday) Stabilization fund purchasing 3 buses $80,000.00 borrow (bond article) 

40 (Saturday) Replacing & repairing windows wall from section of senior high school 

$110,000.00 borrow (bond article) 

Richard C. Conley School Committee RESOLUTION 

41 (Saturday) School renovating Seven (7) Laboratories $140,000.00 borrow (bond ar- 

ticle) 

54 (Saturday) General By-Law Vi majority vote transfer etc. 
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

5 (Saturday) Law General Expenses pay legal fees $20,000.00 supplement budget 

legal fees for balance of the 1987 fiscal year. 

6 (Saturday) Payment engineering fees $5(X).00 Vanderlugt 

7 (Saturday) Cohasset Harbor grid for location relocating moorings $5,0(X).00 

8 (Saturday) $600.00 Celebrations 

9 (Saturday) Sewer Dept. Budget Acct. Personal Services $12,981.10 



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10 (Saturday) Surplus revenue supplement Sewer Dept. Budget acct General Expenses 

$15,500.00 

11 (Saturday) Drainage system "Hillside" DEFEATED 

12 (Saturday) Deficits in salary accts $6,043.36 payment for fiscal year 1987. 

13 (Saturday) Indefinitely Postponed Seeding & Capping a portion of Cedar St. Land- 

fill. 

That the Special Town meting be dissolved. 

Eugene C. Crowell School Supt. RESOLUTION 

4 (Saturday) Salaries & Compensation Elected Officers and Town Departments 
Appendix A Expenditures 
Appendix B Capital Outlay 

4 (Saturday) Personal & Capital Outlay $9,434,015.72 

Appendix A 
Appendix B 

17 (Tuesday) Engineering plans and specs drainage system for the Hillside 
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

47 (Tuesday) Personnel Class. General Bylaws Grievance Procedure 

51 (Tuesday) Gift of a parcel of real property Beechwood and King Street 

56 (Tuesday) Collective Bargaining Agreement Fire Fighters 
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED 

42 (Tuesday) Cohasset Soccer Boosters No. Main St. property known as the "Sand- 
pits" Highway Sup. Harold Litchfield 

49 (Tuesday) Purchase of computer programming the Town's software package 
$2,500.00 

30 (Tuesday) Legal fees for Cohasset Heights Amendment by Brian Lipsett 
Town Meeting adjourned to Saturday April 11, 1987. 



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Town Clerk's Report of the 
Annual Town Meeting 

Saturday, April 4, 1987 

At the Annual Business Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
10:00 A.M., the following articles were contained in the warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 9:00 A.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, Janice M. 
Rosano, Mary N. Grassie, Kathleen M. Rhodes and Constance S. Jones. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 10:00 A.M. were Robert S. 
Pape, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Grace Tuckerman and Louise Flint. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 10:10 A.M. a quorum of 100 was 
present at that time. The town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. Total 
registered voters checked in on the voting Usts totaled 352 voters. 

Rev. Gary Ritts of the Second Congregational Church gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troop 28 presented the colors and called for 
the pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

Article 1. To Choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by Massachusetts 
General Laws, appoint all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

ARTICLE 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY CLIFFORD MITMAN, JR., 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, 17 September 1987 is the 200th Anniversary of the signing of the 
United States Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, the Constitution, as ratified, embodies the ideals of liberty under law 
and was designed to maintain our free government in perpetuity as a more perfect union 
and to secure the blessings of Hberty by consent of the governed; and 

WHEREAS, the laws adopted under this charter of freedom and the attractive way 
of life resulting have drawn to our shores citizens from every corner of the world, and 
provide impressive evidence of the enlightened vision and the wisdom of the drafters of 
the Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, the Bicentennial offers the opportunity for the American people to 
rededicate themselves to the great principles that have formed the basis for our national 
strength and prosperity; and 

WHEREAS, It is timely and appropriate for us to keep in our hearts and minds the 
marvelous achievements of the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and to preserve the 
Constitutional RepubHc and the high ideals of our Founding Fathers: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Diane C. Sullivan, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen 
of the Town of Cohasset, Commonwealth of Massachusetts do hereby proclaim 17 
September 1987 as United States Constitution Day and announce that the Board of 
Selectmen appointed a non-partisan committee to plan proper and appealing activities 
and programs by which all our citizens can participate in celebrating and commorating 
Constitution Day and other dates and events relating thereto. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the 
Town of Cohasset to be affixed on this 4th day of April, 1987. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Diane C. Sullivan, Chairman 

Rocco F. Laugelle, Vice Chairman 

James L. Gallagher 

Clifford Mitman, Jr. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY DIANE C. SULLIVAN, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, The Town of Cohasset is served by over one hundred fifty men and 
women who volunteer their time by serving unselfishly on over thirty different Boards, 
Committees, Councils, Commissions and as representatives to various organizations; 
and 

WHEREAS, These men and women by volunteering their valuable time bring a 
variety of expertise and talent to the Town's Boards and Committees free of charge; and 

WHEREAS, The broad based citizen participation collectively resulting from these 
volunteers' time and effort leads to a more representative and responsive Town Govern- 
ment; 

NOW, THEREFORE, Be it the expression of this meeting here assembled to pro- 
claim the Town's sincere gratitude and appreciation for these volunteers' dedicated 
service to the Town of Cohasset. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY CLIFFORD MITMAN, JR., MEMBER 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, Mary Jane E. McArthur has served the Town of Cohasset as a 

member of the Board of Selectmen from 1981 to 1986 and as a member of various 

Boards and Committees prior to, and during that time, and 

WHEREAS, Mary Jane E. McArthur has retired from pubhc service in the Town: 
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 

meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of the distinguished service 

rendered in their behalf by Mary Jane E. McArthur; and they further express the hope 

that with the continuing esteem of her fellow citizens, she may live long and have a 

happy and peaceful retirement from public service. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY ROCCO F. LAUGELLE, MEMBER 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, Diane C. Sullivan has served the Town of Cohasset as a member of 
the Board of Selectmen for the past two years and as a member of several Boards and 
Committees since, and during that time, and 

WHEREAS, Diane C. SuHivan has chosen to leave the Board of Selectmen at the 
expiration of her term; 



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NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of service rendered the Town 
of Cohasset by Diane C. SuUivan; and that they further express the deep gratitude to her 
and hope that her interest in the welfare of the Town of Cohasset will continue and that 
she leave the office of Selectmen with the best wishes of her fellow Townspeople. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY THOMAS S. DUGGAN, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, The late Warren S. Pratt served the Town of Cohasset as a member 
of the Board of Assessors from 1969 to 1987; 

NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset in Town Meeting 
assembled, hereby record their appreciation of the eighteen years of service and dedica- 
tion rendered in their behalf by the late Warren S. Pratt and hope that his example of 
unselfish pubUc service will serve as an example to other citizens of Cohasset. 

And the citizens of Cohasset in Town Meeting, assembled, direct that a copy of this 
resolution be sent to his family. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1986. 

MOVED: That the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town 
Report for 1986 by accepted. 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

MOVED: That the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard, and that the 
reports of the Town Committees be heard, accepted and that the Committees continue 
in office. 

ARTICLE 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Motion by James L. Gallagher, Member of the Board of Selectmen 

MOVED: That this meeting be recessed pending the completion of the business of the 
Special Town Meeting scheduled for April 4, 1987. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Special Town Meeting 

April 4, 1987 

At 10:55 A.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk Frances L. Marks proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Seventy-Two Thousand Ninety-Six and 47/100 ($72,096.47) Dollars for the payment of 
unpaid bills itemized below and relating to the 1986 fiscal year: 



Invoice 

Warner & Stackpole 
(Legal Fees) 

Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo 
(Legal Fees) 

Social Service League of Cohasset 
(Meals Served 5 and 6/86) 

Civil Designs 
(Engineering Fees) 

Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. 
(Engineering Fees) 

P. A. Landers 

(Cover Material — Landfill) 

Goodwin, Procter & Hoar 
(Legal Fees) 

TOTAL 



Department 

Board of Selectmen 

Board of Selectmen 

Council on Aging 

Planning Board 

Board of Health 

Board of Health 

Board of Sewer 
Commissioners 



Amount 

$ 53,568.54 

5,123.54 
21.60 

828.02 
3,555.07 
8,780.20 



219.50 

$ 72,096.47; 



And to meet such appropriation, the sum of Seventy-Two Thousand Ninety-Six and 
47/100 ($72,096.47) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue; or act on anything 
relative thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Seventy-Two Thousand Ninety-Six and 47/100 ($72,096.47) Dollars for the payment of 
unpaid bills itemized below and relating to the 1986 fiscal year: 



Invoice 

Warner & Stackpole 
(Legal Fees) 

Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo 
(Legal Fees) 

Social Service League of Cohasset 
(Meals Served 5 and 6/86) 

Civil Designs 
(Engineering Fees) 

Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. 
(Engineering Fees) 

P. A. Landers 

(Cover Material— Landfill) 



Department 

Board of Selectmen 

Board of Selectmen 
Council on Aging 
Planning Board 
Board of Health 
Board of Health 



Amount 

$ 53,568.54 

5,123.54 

21.60 

828.02 

3,555.07 

8,780.20 



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Goodwin, Procter & Hoar Board of Sewer 

(Legal Fees) Commissioners 219.50 

TOTAL $ 72,096.47; 

ARTICLE 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the town will appropriate the sum of Five Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to replace a float and runway at Government Island; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from the account entitled "Water- 
ways Improvement Fund" the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,0(X).00) Dollars to 
replace a float and runway at Government Island. 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Sixteen 
Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-One and no/100 ($16,761.00) Dollars to supple- 
ment funds appropriated under Article 14 of the warrant for the June 17, 1985 Special 
Town meeting for the cost of preparation of plans and specifications and cost estimates 
for improvements to the Town's outdoor athletic facilities located at MiUiken Field and 
the upper field behind the High School; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Sixteen Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-One and no/100 ($16,761.00) Dollars to 
supplement funds appropriated under Article 14 of the Warrant for the June 17, 1985 
Special Town Meeting for the cost of preparation of plans and specifications and cost 
estimates for improvements to the Town's outdoor athletic facihties located at MiUiken 
Field and the upper field behind the High School. 

ARTICLE 3. Voted by a hand count. YES 225, NO 53— Motion adopted. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds a sum of 
money to supplement the budgetary account entitled *'Law: Town Counsel" to be used 
to pay Town Council legal fees for the balance of the 1987 fiscal year; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Thirty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($35,000.00) Dollars to supplement the budgetary ac- 
count entitled "Law: Town Counsel" to be used to pay legal fees for the balance of the 
1987 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 4. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds a sum of money 
to supplement the budgetary account entitled "Law: General Expenses" to be used to 
pay legal fees to the law firm of Warner & Stackpole in connection with the defense and 
prosecution of various actions arising out of the Cohasset Heights Landfill litigation for 
the balance of the 1987 fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to supplement the budgetary ac- 
count entitled "Law: General Expenses" to be used to pay legal fees to the law firm of 
Warner & Stackpole in connection with the defense and prosecution of various actions 
arising out of the Cohasset Heights Landfill litigation for the balance of the 1987 fiscal 
year. 



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ARTICLE 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Five 
Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars for the payment of engineering fees collected 
from Hubert Vanderlugt and Wilhemina Vanderlugt and unused during the 1986 fiscal 
year and authorize the payment of such sum to the aforesaid Hubert Vanderlugt and 
Wilhemina Vanderlugt; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars for the payment of engineering fees col- 
lected from Hubert Vanderlugt and Wilhemina Vanderlugt and unused during the 1986 
fiscal year and authorize the payment of such sum to the aforesaid Hubert Vanderlugt 
and Wilhemina Vanderlugt. 

ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Five 
Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of obtaining a grid of 
Cohasset Harbor for the purpose of assisting the Harbormaster in locating and 
relocating moorings after dredging; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from the account entitled ''Water- 
ways Improvement Fund" the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars 
for the purpose of obtaining a grid of Cohasset Harbor to assist the Harbormaster in 
locating and relocating moorings after dredging. 

ARTICLE 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Six 
Hundred and no/ 100 ($600.00) Dollars to supplement the budgetary account entitled 
"Celebrations"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Six 
Hundred and no/ 100 ($6(X).00) Dollars to supplement the budgetary account entitled 
"Celebrations." 

ARTICLE 8. Voted NO by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will transfer from the Sewer Department Budgetary 
account entitled "Personal Services" the sum of Twelve Thousand Nine Hundred 
Eighty-one and 10/100 ($12,981.10) Dollars to supplement the Sewer Department 
Budgetary Account entitled "General Expenses," which funds will be used for contract 
services; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from the Sewer Department Budgetary Account 
entitled "Personal Services" the sum of Twelve Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty-One 
and 10/100 ($12,981.10) Dollars and transfer it to the Sewer Department Budgetary Ac- 
count entitled "General Expenses". 

ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Fifteen 
Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($15,500.00) Dollars to supplement the Sewer 
Department Budgetary Account entitled "General Expenses" which funds will be used 
for contract services; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Town appropriate from surplus revenue the sum of Fifteen Thou- 
sand Five Hundred and no/100 ($15,500.00) Dollars to supplement the Sewer Depart- 
ment Budgetary Account entitled "General Expenses". 

ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds the sum of Eight 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($8,000.00) Dollars to conduct an engineering study with respect 
to a proposed drainage system to lower the water table and collect surface waters in the 
area of Cohasset commonly known as the "Hillside"; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Eight Thousand and no/ 100 ($8,000.00) Dollars to conduct an engineering study with 
respect to a proposed drainage system to lower the water table and collect surface waters 
in the area of Cohasset commonly known as the "Hillside." 

ARTICLE 11. Voted NO by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Six Thousand Forty-Three and 36/100 ($6,043.36) Dollars for the payment of deficits in 
the following salary accounts: 

Department 

Treasurer/ Collector 
Tree & Park 
Wire Department 
Highway 
Landfill 
Board of Health 



or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Six 
Thousand Forty-Three and 36/100 ($6,043.36) Dollars for the payment of deficits in the 
following salary accounts for the 1987 fiscal years: 

Department Amount 

Treasurer/Collector 949. 1 8 

Tree & Park 1,129.00 

Wire Department 777.20 

Highway 482.99 

Landfill 1,174.36 

Board of Health ^ 1,530.63 



Amount 


$ 949.18 


1,129.00 


777.20 


482.99 


1,174.36 


1,530.63 


$ 6,043.36 



$ 6,043.36 



ARTICLE 12. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 13. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds a sum of money to 
supplement funds under Article 14 of the Warrant for the 1986 Annual Town Meeting 
to be used for seeding and capping a portion of the Cedar Street Landfill; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 



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ARTICLE 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 12:25 P.M. 

MOVED: To recess for approximately forty-five minutes to 1:15 P.M. Voted 
unanimously by a voice vote at 12:29 P.M. 

RESOLUTION ON BEHALF OF THE COHASSET SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

RESOLUTION 

Presented on behalf of past and present School Committees, and the parents of 

Cohasset 

WHEREAS, Eugene C. Crowell has devoted more than thirty years to the field of 
education and 

WHEREAS, The last six years of his professional career have been devoted to the 
students and school system of Cohasset 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT, Eugene C. Crowell is honored this day for his devoted serv- 
ice to the children of the Common weatlh and in particular to the students of Cohasset. 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to fix salaries and compensation of Elected 
Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, from 
available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and compensation, ex- 
penses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town Depart- 
ments, for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 

Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equip- 
ment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical better- 
ment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line appropria- 
tions are shown for these items since they represent special and specific allotments and 
are intended to be expended solely for the purposes indicated. 

July 1, 1987 
June 30, 1988 Total 

Selectmen: 



11,845.00 



Copy Machines 




Town Hall 


5,800.00 


Pohce Dept. 


2,350.00 


Health Dept. 


3,695.00 


Elections and Town Meeting: 




Desk Chair 


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File Cabinet 


115.00 


Town Accountant 




File Cabinet 




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(2) Chairs® 105.00 


210.00 


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180.00 


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File Cabinet (legal) 


175.00 


Calculator 


75.00 


Unclassified: 




Flagpole Maintenance 




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(2) Vehicles and Accessories 


23,000.00 


(10) Portable Radios/Charges 


8,140.00 


Tel/ Radio Recording System 


3,931.00 


(8) Conference Chairs 


680.00 


Uniforms — Summer Police 


2,100.00 



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Hose Gates 


750.00 


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3,500.00 


Typewriter 


700.00 


Radio System 


5,000.00 


Tree and Park: 




Replace Fence at Govt Island 


4,000.00 


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3,500.00 


Beechwood Backstop & Fence 


1,500.00 


Milliken Field Bleachers 


600.00 


Tractor Motor 


1,000.00 


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1,200.00 



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250.00 

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700.00 



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9,950.00 



— 41 — 



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Steering Cable and Control 


250.00 




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175.00 




Replace Wiring-Fishermen's Pier 


650.00 




Signs and Floats 


500.00 


1,575.00 


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330.00 




New Counter Top 


180.00 




Shelves 


90.00 


600.00 


Wire Inspector: 






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920.00 




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225.00 




Computer Chip 


400.00 




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215.00 


1,760.00 


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2,500.00 




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3,000.00 


5,500.00 


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21,899.00 




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4,796.00 


26,695.00 


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600.00 




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1,300.00 


1,900.00 


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300.00 


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300.00 




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150.00 


450.00 


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300.00 




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490.00 




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310.00 


1,100.00 


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1,900.00 




Resurface Flat Roof 


1,850.00 




Repair/ Change Light Fixtures 


3,400.00 




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1,200.00 


8,350.00 



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— 42 — 



WATER DEPT: 

Compressor 8,000.00 

(Chemical) pump 1,125.00 

Engineering Services 1,000.00 

Driveway Repairs 500.00 

Dam Control Structure Maintenance 500.00 

Standpipe Repair 150.00 

Mud Pump 1,500.00 

Light Repairs 1,000.00 

Radio 750.00 

$ 14,525.00 

TOTALS $141,106.00 



ARTICLE 4. 

MOVED: That this Article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote; that the 
sum of $10,361,754.71 is appropriated, the sum of $90,648.00 for salaries of elected 
Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $24,328.00; Clerk, Board of Registrars, 
$329.00; Highway Surveyor, $28,333.00; Moderator, $125.00; Treasurer-Collector, 
$28,333.00; Selectmen, $5,500.00; Assessors, $3,700.00 for ensuing fiscal year and that 
$10,271,106.71 for Personal Services, Expenses, and Capital Outlays, Interest, Matur- 
ing Debt and other charges for various departments for the ensuing fiscal year being 
recommended for all purposes, as shown in Appendix A pages 4 through 15 inclusive. 
Annual Town Meeting Warrant April 4, 1987, copy attached hereto and to meet said 
appropriation the following transfers are $940.00; Wadleigh Park, $310.00; Robert 
Charles BiUings and Billings-Pratt, $260.00; State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income 
from Trust Funds-Cemeteries; Woodside, $5,500.00 Beechwood, $622.00; the balance 
as follows: From Water Revenue, $716,519.99; From Surplus Revenue, $200,000.00; 
and from taxation the sum of $9,434,015.72. 

Amendment to Article 4 by Diane C. Sullivan 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 4 be amended to increase the account 
entitled "Personal Services" by $1,733.04 to be used to correct a classification of an 
employee in the selectmen's office, and the account entitled "Capital Outlay" under 
Town Buildings by $600.00 to be used to replace shades at the North Cohasset Fire Sta- 
tion so that the Total Budget under Article 4 shall be increased to $10,364,087.75. 

Amendment is defeated by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 4. Voted by a voice vote. 



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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equip- 
ment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical better- 
ment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line appropria- 
tions are shown for these items since they represent special and specific allotments and 
are intended to be expended solely for the purposes indicated. 

July 1, 1987 
June 30, 1988 Total 

Selectmen: 

Copy Machines 
Town Hall 5,800.00 

Police Dept. 2,350.00 

Health Dept. 3,695.00 1 1 ,845.00 

Elections and Town Meeting: 

Desk Chair 50.00 

File Cabinet 115.00 1 65 .00 

Town Accountant 

File Cabinet 150.00 

Treasurer-Collector: 

(2) Chairs® 105.00 210.00 

(2) Typewriter Stands @ 90.00 180.00 390.00 

Town Clerk: 

Desk 250.00 

Planning Board: 

File Cabinet (legal) 1 75 .00 

Calculator 75.00 250.00 

Unclassified: 

Flagpole Maintenance 700.00 

Police: 



(2) Vehicles and Accessories 


23,000.00 


(10) Portable Radios/Charges 


8,140.00 


Tel/Radio Recording System 


3,931.00 


(8) Conference Chairs 


680.00 


Uniforms— Summer Police 


2,100.00 


Fire: 




Hose Gates 


750.00 


4" Hose 


3,500.00 


Typewriter 


700.00 


Radio System 


5,000.00 


Tree and Park: 




Replace Fence at Govt Island 


4,000.00 


Aerator 


3,500.00 


Beechwood Backstop & Fence 


1,500.00 


MiUiken Field Bleachers 


600.00 


Tractor Motor 


1,000.00 


Concrete Benches 


1,200.00 



37,851.00 



9,950.00 



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Refurbish Milliken Field 5,000.00 16.800.00 



Harbor: 






Steering Cable and Control 


250.00 




(2) Seat Cushions 


175.00 




Replace Wiring-Fishermen's Pier 


650.00 




Signs and Floats 


500.00 


1,575.00 


Building Inspector: 






File Cabinet 


330.00 




New Counter Top 


180.00 




Shelves 


90.00 


600.00 


Wire Inspector: 






Alarm Wire and Hardware 


920.00 




(1) Fire Alarm Case 


225.00 




Computer Chip 


400.00 




(1) Milwaukee Holes Saws 


215.00 


1,760.00 


Highway: 






(4) Loader Tires 


2,500.00 




2 Yard Sander 


3,000.00 


5,500.00 


Landfill: 






Front End Loader (Lease) 


21,899.00 




Fence at Landfill 


4,796.00 


26,695.00 


Sewer: 






Typewriter 


600.00 




Detection Units 


1,300.00 


1,900.00 


Conservation: 






Desk 




300.00 


Board of Health: 






Desk 


300.00 




Telephone Line/Installation 


150.00 


450.00 


Council on Aging: 






Step-up for Shuttle Bus 


300.00 




(12) Side Chairs® 40.90 each 


490.00 




Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) 


310.00 


1,100.00 


Library: 






Repair Slate Roof 


1,900.00 




Resurface Flat Roof 


1,850.00 




Repair/Change Light Fixtures 


3,400.00 




Replace Tile Ceiling 


1,200.00 


8,350.00 



$126,581.00 



— 54 — 



WATER DEPT: 
Compressor 
(Chemical) pump 
Engineering Services 
Driveway Repairs 

Dam Control Structure Maintenance 
Standpipe Repair 
Mud Pump 
Light Repairs 
Radio 

TOTALS 



8,000.00 

1,125.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

500.00 

150.00 

1,500.00 

1,000.00 

750.00 



$ 14,525.00 
$141,106.00 



Article 5. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Personnel 
Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore adopted and to raise and appropriate a 
sum of money necessary to pay the increases in compensation according to any amend- 
ments to the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES— FISCAL 1988 









SCHEDULE 1 
















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3rd 


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Hourly 


5.51 


5.83 


6.16 


6.49 


6.81 


7.15 


7.49 




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192.85 


204.05 


215.60 


227.15 


238.35 


250.25 


262.15 




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220.40 


233.20 


246.40 


259.60 


272.40 


286.00 


299.60 


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5.94 


6.30 


6.67 


7.02 


7.38 


7.72 


8.07 




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207.90 


220.50 


233.45 


245.70 


258.30 


270.20 


282.45 




40 Hrs. 


237.60 


252.00 


266.80 


280.80 


295.20 


308.80 


322.80 


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6.42 


6.80 


7.18 


7.57 


7.95 


8.34 


9.25 




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224.70 


238.00 


251.30 


264.95 


278.25 


291.90 


323.75 




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256.80 


272.00 


287.20 


302.80 


318.00 


333.60 


370.00 


D 


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6.93 


7.35 


7.76 


8.18 


8.59 


9.01 


9.44 




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242.55 


257.25 


271.60 


286.30 


300.65 


315.35 


330.40 




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277.20 


294.00 


310.40 


327.20 


343.60 


360.44 


377.60 


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7.49 


7.94 


8.38 


8.83 


9.28 


9.74 


10.19 




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262.15 


277.90 


293.30 


309.05 


324.80 


340.90 


356.65 




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299.60 


317.60 


335.20 


353.20 


371.20 


389.60 


407.60 


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8.08 


8.56 


9.05 


9.52 


10.00 


10.51 


11.00 




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282.80 


299.60 


316.75 


333.20 


350.00 


367.85 


385.00 




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323.20 


342.40 


362.00 


380.80 


400.00 


420.40 


440.00 



— 55 



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8.73 


9.25 


9.77 


10.30 


10.83 


11.34 


11.87 




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305.55 


323.75 


341.95 


360.50 


379.05 


396.90 


415.45 




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349.20 


370.00 


390.80 


412.00 


433.20 


453.60 


474.80 


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9.42 


9.99 


10.56 


11.13 


11.70 


12.25 


12.82 




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329.70 


349.65 


369.60 


389.55 


409.50 


428.75 


448.70 




40 Hrs. 


376.80 


399.60 


422.40 


445.20 


468.00 


490.00 


512.80 


I 


Hourly 


10.17 


10.78 


11.40 


12.02 


12.63 


13.24 


13.85 




35 Hrs. 


355.95 


377.30 


399.00 


420.70 


442.05 


463.40 


484.75 




40 Hrs. 


406.80 


431.20 


456.00 


480.80 


505.20 


529.60 


554.00 


J 


Hourly 


10.99 


11.65 


12.31 


12.96 


13.62 


14.29 


14.97 




35 Hrs. 


384.65 


407.75 


430.85 


453.60 


476.70 


500.15 


523.95 




40 Hrs. 


439.60 


466.00 


492.40 


518.40 


544.80 


571.60 


598.80 


K 


Hourly 


11.88 


12.59 


13.30 


14.01 


14.72 


15.44 


16.16 




35 Hrs. 


415.80 


440.65 


465.50 


490.35 


515.20 


540.40 


565.60 




40 Hrs. 


475.20 


503.60 


532.00 


560.40 


588.80 


617.60 


646.40 


L 


Hourly 


12.83 


13.61 


14.38 


15.15 


15.93 


16.68 


17.45 




35 Hrs. 


449.05 


476.35 


503.30 


530.25 


557.55 


583.80 


610.75 




40 Hrs. 


513.20 


544.40 


575.20 


606.00 


637.20 


667.20 


698.00 


M 


Hourly 


13.86 


14.69 


15.51 


16.34 


17.18 


18.02 


18.86 




35 Hrs. 


485.10 


514.15 


542.85 


571.90 


601.30 


630.70 


660.10 




40 Hrs. 


554.40 


587.60 


620.40 


653.60 


687.20 


720.80 


754.40 


N 


Hourly 


14.96 


15.86 


16.75 


17.65 


18.54 


19.45 


20.35 




35 Hrs. 


523.60 


555.10 


586.25 


617.75 


648.90 


680.75 


712.25 




40 Hrs. 


598.40 


634.40 


670.00 


706.00 


741.60 


778.00 


814.00 


O 


Hourly 


16.16 


17.13 


18.10 


19.08 


20.05 


21.01 


21.98 




35 Hrs. 


565.60 


599.55 


633.50 


667.80 


701.75 


735.35 


769.30 




40 Hrs. 


646.40 


685.20 


724.00 


763.20 


802.00 


840.40 


879.20 








LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 


yii>E 


'^j^ 












Pay 


Position 




Department 








Group 


Authorized Sched Hours 


Town Accountant 








Contract 1 






Assistant Accountant 






E 






35 


Accounting Clerk 








D 






35 


Assessors, 


Board of 
















Admin. Ass't 








F 






35 


Senior Clerk 








D 






35 


Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 




K 








Senior Clerk 








D 






35 


Clerk, Town 
















Ass't Town Clerk 








E 






35 


Clerk/Typist 








B 






20 


Conservation 
















Secretary 










E 


1 


1 


appx. (7) 



56 



Council on Aging Director 

Custodian, Town Hall 

Fire Department 

Fire Chief 
Captain 
Private 
Secretary 

Harbor 
Harbormaster 

Health, Board of 

Health Agent 

Admin. Sec. 

Heavy Equipment Operator 

Landfill Supervisor 

RecycHng Monitor 

Recycling Monitor 

Highway 

Working Foreman 
Heavy Equipment Operator 
Truck Driver/Utility Worker 

Library 

Chief Librarian 
Staff Librarian 
Staff Librarian 
Library Ass't 
Senior Clerk 
Custodian 

Planning Board 
Secretary 

Police 

Police Chief 
Sergeant 
Patrolman 
Secretary 

Recreation 
Director 

Selectmen, Board of 
Executive Secretary 
Administrative Coordinator 
Secy/ Receptionist 

Sewer 

Superintendent 
Secretary 
Utility Worker 
Operator 



H 


1 


D 


1 


Contract 




FS-11 


4 


FS-9 


20 


D 


1 



L 


1 




F 


1 


1 35 


F 


1 


1 40 


G 


1 


1 40 


B 


1 


1 10 


B 


1 


1 9Vi 


H 


1 


1 40 


F 


2 


1 40 


D 


2 


1 40 


M 


1 




I 


1 




I 


2 


1 22, 23 


G 


1 


1 22 


D 


2 


1 35 


D 


1 


1 17 



40 



42 
42 
20 

40 



20 



PS- 11 


4 


4 


371/2 


PS-9 


12 


4 


37/2 


D 


1 


1 


20 



Contract 


1 






G 


1 


1 


40 


D 


1 


1 


35 


L 


1 


1 


40 


E 


1 


1 


20 


C 


1 


1 


25-40 


F 


1 


1 


40 



— 57 — 



Treasurer-Collector 



Ass't Town Treasurer 


E 




35 


Deputy Collector 


F 




35 


Accounting Clerk 


D 




I 12 


Tree & Park 








Superintendent 


J 




I 40 


Tree Climber 


F 




I 40 


Skilled Utility Worker 


D 




I 40 


Skilled Utility Worker-Cemetery 


D 




I 40 


Water 








Superintendent 


N 






Water Supervisor 


K 






Plant Foreman 


H 




I 40 


Water Plant Operator/Lab Dir. 


F 




I 40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 




I 40 


Secy/Acc't Clerk 


E 




I 35 


Water Plant Operator 


E 




I 40 


Water Service Worker 


E 




I 40 


Clerk 


B 


1 


I appx. 15 


Wire 








Superintendent 


K 




I 40 


Electrician/Insp. 


H 




I 40 


Zoning Board of Appeals 








Secretary 


E 


1 


I 5 



SCHEDULE NO. 2 (Part-Time Positions) 





ANNUAL 




Veteran's Agent 




$ 1,600.00 


Member, Board of Registrars 


326.00 


Sealer of Weights and Measurers 


750.00 


Director of Civil Defense 




200.00 


Shellfish Constable 




500.00 


Dog Officer 


HOURLY 


3,292.00 


North Cohasset «& Beechwood Cemeteries 


5.00 


Assistant Harbor Master 




6.50 


Night Patrol— Harbor 




5.00 


Casual Labor 






1st Step 




5.00 


2nd Step 




5.30 


Max. Step 




5.60 


Election Officers 




5.00 


Election Clerk 




5.50 


Election Warden 




6.00 


Summer Patrolman 




6.00 



— 58 



Matron, Police 




1st Step 


6.70 


2nd Step 


7.10 


Max. Step 


7.50 


Deputy Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 


Pay Group H-1 


Recreation Dept. Clerk 




1st Step 


3.75 


2nd Step 


4.00 


Library Pages 




1st Step 


3.55 


2nd Step 


3.75 


Max. Step 


3.95 


Recording Secretary/ Board of Selectmen 


7.50 



SCHEDULE NO. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

Constable— per notice $15.00 

SCHEDULE NO. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 
Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE NO. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 
Fire Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

Wage Adjustments 

SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 

Department Various departments Personal Services 

1 Water (From Water Revenue) 



3 


Selectmen's Office 


15 


Election and Town meetings 


25 


Town Accountant's Office 


29 


Assessor's Office 


35 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 


39 


Town Clerk's Office 


61 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


63 


Planning Board 


65 


Town Hall 


101 


Police— Clerical 


103 


Fire- Clerical 


109 


Tree and Park 


111 


Harbor 


113 


Building Inspector's Office 


121 


Wire Department 


300 


Highway 


403 


Landfill 


403 


Land fill— Recycling 


407 


Sewer 



% Increase 


Step Increases 


8,050.00 


9,005.00 


1,054.00 


1,331.00 


1,376.00 


170.00 


1,302.00 


1,848.00 


1,028.00 


548.00 


1,424.00 


1,025.00 


515.00 


791.00 


7L00 


58.00 


283.00 


224.00 


587.00 


706.00 


262.00 


110.00 


262.00 


53.00 


2,310.00 


2,855.00 


900.00 


1,280.00 


1,455.00 


1,492.00 


2,315.00 


4,000.00 


3,455.00 


4,815.00 


1,475.00 


1,505.00 


265.00 


125.00 


310.00 


500.00 



59 — 



487 


Conservation 


501 


Board of Health 


531 


Council on Aging 


571 


Cemeteries 


601 


Library 


621 


Recreation 




Total— Wage Adjustment 




($82,395.00) 


3 


Selectmen's Office (Add'l Hours) 



115.00 


65.00 


1,570.00 


2,373.00 


590.00 


1,045.00 


602.00 


614.00 


4,485.00 


7,468.00 


965.00 


1,405.00 



28,976.00 
$ 37,026.00 

$6,100.00 



36,406.00 
45,411.00 



ARTICLE 5. 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee with 
respect to amending the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule be, and hereby is 
amended as heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $17,055.00 be appropriated from 
Water Department Revenue and the balance of $71,482.00 is raised and appropriated by 
taxation to pay increases set forth in the Amended Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year; 
and the sum of $35,076.00 is to be credited to the Personnel Services and Expense Ap- 
propriation Accounts affected in accordance with the heretofore attached schedule and 
the balance of $36,406.00 is to be credited to the Wage Adjustment Account. 

Amendment to Article 5. By Joseph Hamilton. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 5 be amended to reflect a wage increase 
to non-union Town employees identified on the schedule to Article 5 of the 1987 An- 
nual Town Meeting Warrant, So that the total wage adjustment is changed from 
$88,537.00 to $106,447.00, and further that the following substitutions be made in the 
body of the main motion. The figure $20,505.00 for the figure $17,055.00; the figure 
$85,942.00 for the figure $71 ,482.00 and the figure $49,536.00 for the figure $35,076.00; 
and further that the Town Accountant be authorized and directed to make the ap- 
propriate changes to the line Items of Schedule 1, to reflect the increase to 5%, such 
changes to be consistent with the General Laws of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. The Personal Classification and Compensation Plan and the Authority 
here under. 

Amendment to Article 5 

Voted YES 125, NO 74— Adopted as amended. 

SCHEDULE 1-A 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

Fiscal 1988* 

PAY GRADE 





STEP RATES 


Min. 


1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 


Hourly 


$ 5.59 $ 5.91 $ 6.25 $ 6.58 $ 6.91 $ 7.26 $ 7.60 


35 Hrs. 


195.65 206.85 218.75 230.30 241.85 254.10 266.00 


40 Hrs. 


223.60 236.40 250.00 263.20 276.40 290.40 304.00 



— 60 — 



♦Fiscal 88 SCHEDULE 1-A Compensation Plan (cont.) 
*5% Scale 



B Hourly 


6.03 


6.39 


6.76 


7.12 


7.49 


7.83 


8.19 


35 Hrs. 


211.05 


223.65 


236.60 


249.20 


262.15 


274.05 


286.65 


40 Hrs. 


241.20 


255.60 


270.40 


284.80 


299.60 


313.20 


327.60 


C Hourly 


6.51 


6.90 


7.29 


7.68 


8.06 


8.46 


9.39 


35 Hrs. 


227.85 


241.50 


255.15 


268.80 


282.10 


296.10 


328.65 


40 Hrs. 


260.40 


276.00 


291.60 


307.20 


322.40 


338.40 


335.60 


D Hourly 


7.04 


7.46 


7.88 


8.30 


8.72 


9.15 


9.58 


35 Hrs. 


246.40 


261.10 


275.80 


290.50 


305.20 


320.25 


335.30 


40 Hrs. 


281.60 


298.40 


315.20 


332.00 


348.80 


366.00 


383.20 


E Hourly 


7.60 


8.05 


8.51 


8.96 


9.42 


9.88 


10.34 


35 Hrs. 


266.00 


281.75 


297.85 


313.60 


329.70 


345.80 


361.90 


40 Hrs. 


304.00 


322.00 


340.40 


358.40 


376.80 


395.20 


413.60 


F Hourly 


8.20 


8.68 


9.18 


9.66 


10.14 


10.66 


11.16 


35 Hrs. 


287.00 


303.80 


321.30 


338.10 


354.90 


373.10 


390.60 


40 Hrs. 


328.00 


347.20 


367.20 


386.40 


405.60 


426.40 


446.40 


G Hourly 


8.85 


9.39 


9.91 


10.45 


10.98 


11.51 


12.04 


35 Hrs. 


309.75 


328.65 


346.85 


365.75 


384.30 


402.85 


421.40 


40 Hrs. 


354.00 


375.60 


396.40 


418.00 


439.20 


460.40 


481.60 


H Hourly 


9.56 


10.13 


10.71 


11.29 


11.87 


12.43 


13.01 


35 Hrs. 


334.60 


354.55 


374.85 


395.15 


415.45 


435.05 


455.35 


40 Hrs. 


382.40 


405.20 


428.40 


451.60 


474.80 


497.20 


520.40 


I Hourly 


10.32 


10.94 


11.56 


12.19 


12.81 


13.43 


14.05 


35 Hrs. 


361.20 


382.90 


404.60 


426.65 


448.35 


470.05 


491.75 


40 Hrs. 


412.80 


437.60 


462.40 


487.60 


512.40 


537.20 


562.00 


J Hourly 


11.15 


11.82 


12.48 


13.15 


13.82 


14.50 


15.18 


35 Hrs. 


390.25 


413.70 


436.80 


460.25 


483.70 


507.50 


531.30 


40 Hrs. 


446.00 


472.80 


499.20 


526.00 


552.80 


580.00 


607.20 


K Hourly 


12.05 


12.77 


13.49 


14.22 


14.93 


15.67 


16.39 


35 Hrs. 


421.75 


446.95 


472.15 


497.70 


522.55 


548.45 


573.65 


40 Hrs. 


482.00 


510.80 


539.60 


568.80 


597.20 


626.80 


655.60 


L Hourly 


13.02 


13.81 


14.58 


15.37 


16.16 


16.93 


17.70 


35 Hrs. 


455.70 


483.35 


510.30 


537.95 


565.60 


592.55 


619.50 


40 Hrs. 


520.80 


552.40 


583.20 


614.80 


646.40 


677.20 


708.00 


M Hourly 


14.06 


14.90 


15.74 


16.58 


17.43 


18.28 


19.13 


35 Hrs. 


492.10 


521.50 


550.90 


580.30 


610.05 


639.80 


669.55 


40 Hrs. 


562.40 


596.00 


629.20 


663.20 


697.20 


713.20 


765.20 


N Hourly 


15.17 


16.09 


16.99 


17.90 


18.81 


19.73 


20.64 


35 Hrs. 


530.95 


563.15 


594.65 


626.50 


658.35 


690.55 


722.40 


40 Hrs. 


606.80 


643.60 


679.60 


716.00 


752.40 


789.20 


825.60 


O Hourly 


16.39 


17.38 


18.36 


19.35 


20.34 


21.32 


22.30 


35 Hrs. 


573.65 


608.30 


642.60 


677.25 


711.90 


746.20 


780.50 


40 Hrs. 


655.60 


695.20 


734.40 


774.00 


813.60 


852.80 


892.00 



— 61 — 



Article 6. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Selectmen 
with respect to salaries of the Elected Town Officials and to see if the Town will vote to 
accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting or amending and adopting 
the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money necessary to pay for the increase in the salaries of the Treasurer-Collector, the 
Town Clerk, and Highway Surveyor for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only— not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscal 1988 

Town Clerk $24,328.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Treasurer-Collector 28,333.00 

Highway Surveyor 28,333.00 

Moderator 125.00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) at $1,000.00 4,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) at $ 1 ,200.00 ^ 2,400.00 

$90,648.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

Department Elected Officials — Personal Services 

35 Treasurer-Collector Salary $ 348.00 

39 Town Clerk 1,968.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 2,293.00 

$4,609.00 

ARTICLE 6. 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town elected officials be, 
and hereby is, adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule heretofore adjusted 
and that the sum of Four Thousand Six Hundred Nine and no/ 100 ($4,609.00) Dollars 
be and hereby is raised and appropriated by taxation to pay for the increase of salaries 
of the Town Clerk, Treasurer-Collector and Highway Surveyor as set forth in the 
substituted schedule for the ensuing fiscal year, and this amount is to be credited to the 
Salary Appropriation Accounts affected in accordance with the attached Schedule. 



— 62 



SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscal 1988 

Town Clerk $24,328.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Treasurer-Collector 28,333.00 

Highway Surveyor 28,333.00 

Moderator 125.00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) at $1 ,000.00 4,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) at $1 ,200.00 2,400.00 

$90,648.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 



Department 


Elected Officials— Personal Services 




35 


Treasurer-Collector Salary 


$ 348.00 


39 


Town Clerk 


1,968.00 


300 


Highway Surveyor 


2.293.00 



$4,609.00 
Amendment to the main motion by Clifford Mitman, Jr. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 6 be amended to provide for an increase 
of elected Town Officials salaries by 5% and the figure in the main motion $4,609.00 be 
deleted and the figure $5,843.00 be substituted therefor and to meet such appropriation 
the sum of $4,609.00 be raised by taxation and the sum of $1,234.00 be from surplus 
revenue. 

ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously as amended by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Hundred Nineteen Thousand and no/100 ($119,000.00) Dollars 
for the purpose of a reserve fund; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of One Hundred Nineteen Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($1 19,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of a reserve fund, and to meet the ap- 
propriation, the sum Ninety-five Thousand Two Hundred Fifty-Six and 44/100 
($95,256.44) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation and the sum of Twenty- 
Three Thousand Seven Hundred Forty-Three and 56/100 ($23,743.56) Dollars be 
transferred from overlay surplus. 

ARTICLE 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED by Diane C. Sullivan, Chairman Board of Selectmen: That Article 8-58 of the 
Warrant for the 1987 Annual Town Meeting be considered and acted upon on the basis 



63 



of random selection, except that certain articles within categories or articles listed below 
be considered and acted upon consecutively once an article in that category has been 
selected. 

Category Article Numbers 

Planning Board 20, 21, 22, 23, 31, 32 

Highway Department 8, 27, 28, 29 

School Department 39, 40, 41 

Motion adopted by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Selectmen to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the revenue of 
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1987, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
44, Section 17; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue 
of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1987, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
44, Section 17. 

ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will appropriate from the Account entitled "Sale of 
Cemetery Lots— Woodside" the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($3,500.00) Dollars and transfer it to the Cemetery Department to be used for the im- 
provement of land at Woodwide Cemetery for burial plots. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from the Account entitled "Sale of Cemetery 
Lots— Woodside" the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($3,500.00) 
Dollars and transfer it to the Cemetery Department to be used for the improvement of 
land at Woodside Cemetery for burial plots. 

ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 39. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Eighty Thousand and no/ 100 ($80,000.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of purchasing three (3) 1987 school buses (two (2) 65-passenger and one (1) 
9-passenger); or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from the Stabilization Fund the sum 
of Eight Thousand and no/ 100 ($80,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing three 
(3) 1987 school buses (two (2) 65-passenger and one (1) 9-passenger). 

ARTICLE 39. Voted unanimously by a hand count. YES 205; NO 0. 
2/3 vote required for passage. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Two Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 ($200,000.00) Dollars 
for the purpose of replacing and repairing the window wall of the front section of the 



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two classroom wings of the Senior High School and to install light controlling devices 
for those areas; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Hundred Ten Thousand and no/100 ($110,000.00) 
Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of replacing and repairing the window wall of 
the front section of the two classroom wings of the Senior High School and to install 
light controlHng devices for those areas, and to meet such appropriation, the Town 
Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow pur- 
suant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7. 

ARTICLE 40. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY DIANA D. KORNET, MEMBER 
OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, Richard C. Conley has served the Town of Cohasset as Chairman, 
Vice-Chairman, Secretary and member of the Cohasset School Committee during the 
past six years, and has devoted thousands of hours in the interest of the young people of 
the Town 

BE IT RESOLVED, That this meeting express its sincere appreciation and thanks 
for his dedication and service. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds, or borrow the sum of Three Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 ($300,000.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of renovating seven (7) science laboratories in the Junior/ Senior 
High School; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Hundred Forty Thousand and no/100 ($140,000.00) 
Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of renovating seven (7) science laboratories in 
the Junior/Senior High School; and to meet said appropriation, the Town Treasurer 
with the approval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow pursuant to 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7. 

ARTICLE 41. V3 Vote required. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 54. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II, Section I, of the 
General Bylaws, by adding after (c), (d) "A two-thirds majority vote is necessary to ap- 
propriate or transfer funds for plans, drawings, research or studies that are pursuant to 
any future project or articles that will also require a two-thirds majority vote,"; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 54. Voted by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION by Richard P. Barrow: 

To see if the sense of this meeting to allow the Board of Selectmen to petition the 
General Court for special legislation authorizing the Town of Cohasset to require a two- 
thirds majority vote to appropriate or transfer funds for plans, drawings, research or 
studies that are pursuant to any future article or project that will also require a two- 
thirds majority vote; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Resolution defeated by a voice vote. 



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Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to require and authorize the Boards of 
Selectmen, Health and Water Commissioners to immediately and agressively seek and 
pursue measures likely to manifest the cessation of operations and closing of the landfill 
site known as Cohasset Heights. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 35. Voted by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION by Fred Laidlaw: 

Be it resolved that the people of Cohasset do encourage, authorize and require the 
Boards of Selectmen, Health and Water Commissioners to immediately and agressively 
seek and pursue any and all measures within the law likely to manifest the closing of the 
landfill site known as Cohasset Heights. 

Resolution defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 57. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to fund an unemploy- 
ment compensation account as provided in Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, 
Section 5E; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from Surplus Revenue Five Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to fund an unemployment compensation account 
as provided in Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 5E. 

ARTICLE 57. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 45. To see if the Town will accept a parcel of real property pursuant to a 
judgement of the Superior Court of Norfolk County in the case of Leo H. Xarras and 
Joseph Crossen v. Board of Health for the Town of Cohasset, et al. Civil Action No. 
85-3560, which parcel is known as and numbered Lot 11, Heather Drive and is more 
particularly shown as Lot 11 on a Plan entitled "Subdivision Plan of Land off Forest 
Avenue, Cohasset, Massachusetts" dated June 3, 1980 by Neil J. Murphy, Engineer, 
which is on file with the office of the Town Clerk; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a parcel of real property pursuant to a judgement of 
the Superior Court of Norfolk County in the case of Leo H. Xarras and Joseph Crossen 
V. Board of Health for the Town of Cohasset, et al, Civil Action No. 85-3560, which 
parcel is known as and numbered Lot 1 1 , Heather Drive and is more particularly shown 
as Lot 11 on a Plan entitled, "Subdivision Plan of Land off Forest Avenue, Cohasset, 
Massachusetts" dated June 3, 1980 by Neil J. Murphy, Engineer, which is on file with 
the office of the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 45. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vs vote required. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Sixteen Thousand and no/100 ($16,000.00) Dollars to pur- 
chase and equip a new four-wheel drive vehicle for the Tree, Park & Cemetery Depart- 
ment; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Sixteen Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($16,000.00) Dollars to purchase and equip a new four-wheel drive 
vehicle for the Tree, Park & Cemetery Department. 

Article 43. Voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to approve the schedule of water rates set 
forth below; or act on anything relating thereto. 



METERED RATE NO. 1 (Residential— Annual) 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance 
per quarter 



per quarter 



31.50 



1500 c.f. 



Charge for Excess 
per 100 c.f. 

2.10 



METERED RATE NO. 2 (Non-Residential— Annual) 









Charge for 






Allowable use 


Excess 






for Min. Chg. 


over allowance 


Size Mtr. 


Minimum 


per quarter 

1200 cu ft. 


per 100 c.f. 


5/8 


27.60 


2.30 


3/4 


41.40 


1800 cu ft. 


2.30 


1 


59.90 


2600 cu ft. 


2.30 


V/2 


117.25 


5100 cu ft. 


2.30 


2 


179.40 


7800 cu ft. 


2.30 


3 


317.40 


13800 cu ft. 


2.30 



RATE NO. 3 (Residential, Non-Residential Seasonal) 

Apply Metered Rates for Usage as in Metered Rates 
No. 1 and 2, Plus an Annual Surcharge of $35.00. 

RATE NO. 4 FIRE SERVICE STANDBY (Connection to Automatic Sprinkler System) 
Size Main Annual Charge 



4" 
6" 
8" 



$250.00 
280.00 
390.00 



MOVED: That the schedule of water rates set forth below be adopted in lieu of current 
water rates: 



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METERED RATE NO. 1 (Residential— Annual) 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance 

per quarter per quarter 



31.50 



1500 c.f. 



Charge for Excess 
per 100 c.f. 

2.10 



METERED RATE NO. 2 (Non-Residential— Annual) 









Charge for 






Allowable use 


Excess 






for Min. Chg. 


over allowance 


Size Mtr. 


Minimum 


per quarter 

1200 cu ft. 


per 100 c.f. 


5/8 


27.60 


2.30 


3/4 


41.40 


1800 cu ft. 


2.30 


1 


59.90 


2600 cu ft. 


2.30 


11/2 


117.25 


5100 cu ft. 


2.30 


2 


179.40 


7800 cu ft. 


2.30 


3 


317.40 


13800 cu ft. 


2.30 



RATE NO. 3 (Residential, Non-Residential Seasonal) 

Apply Metered Rates for Usage as in Metered Rates 
No. 1 and 2, Plus an Annual Surcharge of $35.00. 

RATE NO. 4 FIRE SERVICE STANDBY (Connection to Automatic Sprinkler System) 
Size Main Annual Charge 

4" $250.00 

6" 280.00 

8" 390.00 



ARTICLE 26. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purposes of building an addition to 
the Cohasset Police/Fire Station, for making certain renovations and improvements to 
the existing Police/Fire Station building, for purchasing certain furnishings and equip- 
ment for the Police/Fire Station building, and for the payment of costs in connection 
with engineering design plans and specifications; and to see if the Town will vote to 
authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow 
such sum and to issue a note or notes therefor; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 34. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in Sec- 
tion 29 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended by 
Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955 for all damages that may be incurred by work to be per- 
formed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal 
rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters, and foreshores and shores along a public beach 



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including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 1 1 of Chapter 
91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and 
deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 29 of 
Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended for all 
damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by the Department of Public 
Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the improvements, development, 
maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, 
tidewaters, and foreshores and shores along public beaches, in accordance with Section 
11 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to 
execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 

ARTICLE 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Forty Thousand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and 
equipping of a new diesel dump truck for the Highway Department; and authorize the 
"trade-in" of a 1973 Ford L-800 Truck currently used by the Highway Department; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Forty Thousand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equipping of a 
new diesel dump truck for the Highway Department; and authorize the "trade-in" of a 
1973 Ford L-800 Truck currently used by the Highway Department. 

ARTICLE 27. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ac- 
cept or to enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted 
by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, 
reconstruction, and improvement of Town roads. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to accept or to enter into a con- 
tract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted by the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, reconstruction, and im- 
provement of Town roads. 

ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Two 
Thousand One Hundred and Ninety-Four and no/100 ($22,194.00) Dollars for resur- 
facing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the Town, including any other work 
relating thereto, and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow Twenty-Two Thousand One Hundred 
and Ninety-Four and no/100 ($22,194.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts 
General Law, Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sum represents State funds allocated in ac- 
cordance with Chapter 206 of the Acts of 1986, and Massachusetts General Law, 
Chapter 98, Section 34, Clause 2(a). 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Two Thousand One 
Hundred Seventy Two and no/ 100 ($22,172.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous 
concrete certain streets in the Town, including any other work relating thereto; and to 
meet the appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be 



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authorized to borrow $22,172.00 in accordance with Massachusetts General law, 
Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sum represents State funds allocated in accordance with 
Chapter 206 of the Acts of 1986, and Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 98, Section 
34, Clause 2(a). 

ARTICLE 29. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. V3 vote required. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to rescind authorization to borrow the sum 
of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars previously authorized under Article 
12 of the Warrant for the 1983 Annual Town Meeting for the purposes of rehabilitating 
the water distribution system along Margin Street and Atlantic Avenue from Elm Street 
to Cunningham Bridge; the aforesaid sum of One Thousand and no/100 ($1,0(X).00) 
Dollars no longer being necessary for the purposes of the project; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the authorization to borrow the sum of One Thousand and no/ 100 
($1,000.00) Dollars under Article 12 of the Warrant for the 1983 Annual Town Meeting 
for the purposes of rehabihtating the water distribution system along Margin Street and 
Atlantic Avenue from Elm Street to Cunningham Bridge be rescinded, the aforesaid 
sum no longer being necessary for the purpose of the project. 

ARTICLE 12. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. % vote required. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to improve a drainage system on Beech wood Street. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Nineteen 
Thousand and no/100 ($19,000.00) Dollars to improve a drainage system on 
Beechwood Street. 

ARTICLE 46. Voted this article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned until Monday, April 6, 1987 at 7:30 P.M. at 
the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Motion to adjourn voted by a voice vote. 

Monday Evening — April 6, 1987 

Monday Night— Articles acted on which were chosen by random selection. 
Checkers previously appointed and sworn in reported to work at 6:30 P.M. also tellers 
reported at 7:30 P.M. Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:40 P.M. A quorum 
was present. A total of 207 voters checked in Monday. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Eighteen Thousand Five Hudnred Fifty and no/100 ($18,550.00) 
Dollars to purchase and equip a new four-door, full size sedan cruiser for the Fire 
Department. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Eighteen 
Thousand Five Hundred Fifty and no/100 ($18,550.00) Dollars to purchase and equip a 
new four-door, full size sedan cruiser for the Fire Department. 

ARTICLE 37. Voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of One thousand 
and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars for the Town's contribution to the South Shore Coali- 
tion for the advancement of that organization's purposes. 

MOVED: That the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation the sum One Thousand 
and no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars for the Town's contribution to the South Shore Coali- 
tion for the advancement of that organization's purposes. 

ARTICLE 14. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to rescind authorization to borrow the sum 
of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars previously authorized under Article 
7 of the Warrant for the November 19, 1984 Special Town Meeting for the purposes of 
completing roof repairs to the High School; the aforesaid sum of Fifty Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars no longer being necessary for the purposes of the project. 

MOVED: That the authorization to borrow the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 
($50,000.00) Dollars under Article 7 of the Warrant for the November 19, 1984 Special 
Town Meeting for the purposes of completing roof repairs to the High School be 
rescinded, the aforesaid sum of money no longer being necessary for the purposes of the 
project. 

ARTICLE 11. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vz vote required. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thousand 
and no/100 ($2,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing fiscal 
year the mosquito control works and improvements of low lands and swamps as 
estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Two Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($2,000.(X)) Dollars for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing fiscal 
year the mosquito control works and improvements of low lands and swamps as 
estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933. 

ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 44. To see if the Town will vote to amend its previous authorization for the 
preparation of working plans and specifications for a waste water management and 
disposal system and for the implementation and construction of a waste water manage- 
ment and disposal system ("the Ward Plan") as voted in Article 48 of the Warrant for 
the June 18, 1984 Special Town meeting as continued to June 19, 1984, in order to con- 
form with the Amended Facilities plan most recently authorized by the Department of 
Water Pollution Control ("DWPC") of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ("the 
Modified Ward Plan") and, in order to implement the Modified Ward Plan, raise and 
appropriate the additional sum of Three Hundred Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 
($360,000.00) Dollars by borrowing and to further amend said Article 48 of the Warrant 
for the June 18, 1984 Special Town Meeting as continued to June 19, 1984 to authorize 
expenditure of funds for the preparation of working plans and specifications for the 
Modified Ward Plan upon receipt of design grant funding from the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and to authorize construction of the Modified Ward Plan upon receipt 
of construction grant funding from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the 
United States of America; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 44. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 58. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 30 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 30: 

(a) No person shall sell at retail between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. any 
food. 

The term food as used in this bylaw shall include any article or commodity, however 
stored or packaged, intended for human consumption, and shall include alcoholic 
beverages to be consumed off the premises at which they are sold, unless any other law 
or permit or license granted to the seller of such beverages shall otherwise provide. 

This bylaw shall not apply to the sale of food or alcoholic beverages to be consumed on 
the premises on which they are sold when such sale is by a licensed common victualer 
primarily engaged in the sale of food to be consumed on such premises. 

Persons found guilty of violating this section shall pay a fine of $50.00. For purposes of 
this bylaw each separate sale shall be deemed a separate offense. In the event of sale of 
several items or articles at one time to one customer, only one sale shall be deemed to be 
taken place. 

(b) No store or place of business engaged in the retail sale of food shall be open for the 
transaction of retail business between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 

This bylaw shall not apply to the sale of food or alcoholic beverages to be consumed on 
the premises at which they are sold or to be consumed off the premises on which they 
are sold when such sale is by licensed common victualer primarily engaged in the sale of 
food to be consumed on such premises. 

This bylaw shall not be deemed to repeal or replace Section 1 of the above General 
Bylaws. And each bylaw shall be deemed separately enforceable. 

Violators of this section shall be subject to a fine of $50.00 for each violation. In case of 
continuing violations every calendar day upon which a store shall remain open shall be 
deemed a separate offense. 

(c) No store or place of business engaged in the retail sale of food shall accept delivery 
of any item for sale between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 

This bylaw shall not apply to the sale of food or alcoholic beverages to be consumed on 
the premises at which they are sold or to be consumed off the premises on which they 
are sold when such sale is by licensed common victualer primarily engaged in the sale of 
food to be consumed on such premises. 

An adjudication that Subsection (a), (b) or (c) of this Section 30 or any part of this Sec- 
tion is unconstitutional or invaUd shall not operate to effect the constitutionality or 
validity of the other bylaws or any part thereof which can be given effect without the 
provision deemed unconstitutional or invalid. 

Violators of this Section shall be subject to a fine of $50.00 for each violation. For pur- 
poses of this bylaw, each separate delivery shall be deemed a separate offense. In the 
event of delivery of several items or articles at one time by one deliverer, only one 
delivery shall be deemed to have taken place." 



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MOVED: That Article VII of the General By-Laws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC 
ORDER, be amended by adding thereto a new Section 30 which shall read as follows: 

"Section 30: 

(a) No person shall sell at retail between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. any 
food. 

The term food as used in this Subsection shall include any article or commodity, 
however stored or packaged, intended for human consumption, and shall include 
alcoholic beverages to be consumed off the premises at which they are sold, unless any 
other law or permit or Ucense granted to the seller of such beverages shall otherwise pro- 
vide. 

This Section shall not apply to the sale of food or alcoholic beverages to be consumed 
on the premises on which they are sold when such sale is by a licensed common victualer 
primarily engaged in the sale of food to be consumed on such premises. 

Persons found guilty of violating this Subsection shall pay a fine of $50.00. For pur- 
poses of this Subsection each separate sale shall be deemed a separate offense. In the 
event of sale of several items or articles at one time to one customer, only one sale shall 
be deemed to have taken place. 

(b) No store or place of business engaged in the retail sale of food shall be open for the 
transaction of retail business between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 

This Subsection shall not apply to the sale of food or alcohohc beverages to be con- 
sumed on the premises at which they are sold or to be consumed off the premises on 
which they are sold when such sale is by hcensed common victualer primarily engaged in 
the sale of food to be consumed on such premises. 

This Subsection (b) shall not be deemed to repeal or replace Subsection (a) of this Sec- 
tion 30. And each Subsection shall be deemed separately enforceable. 

Violators of Subsection (b) shall be subject to a fine of $50.00 for each violation. In case 
of continuing violations every calendar day upon which a store shall remain open shall 
be deemed a separate offense. 

(c) No store or place of business engaged in the retail sale of food shall accept delivery 
of any item for sale between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 

This Subsection (c) shall not apply to the sale of food or alcoholic beverages to be con- 
sumed on the premises at which they are sold or to be consumed off the premises on 
which they are sold when such sale is by hcensed common victualer primarily engaged in 
the sale of food to be consumed on such premises. 

Violators of this Subsection (c) shall be subject to a fme of $50.00 for each violation. 
For purposes of this Subsection (c), each separate delivery shall be deemed a separate 
offense. In the event of dehvery of several items or articles at one time by one dehverer, 
only one delivery shall be deemed to have taken place." 

An adjudication that Subsection (a), (b) or (c) of this Section 30 or any part of this Sec- 
tion is unconstitutional or invahd shall not operate to effect the constitutionality or 
vaHdity of the other Subsection or any part thereof which can be given effect without 
the provision deemed unconstitutional or invalid. 

ARTICLE 58 Voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Chapter 306 of 
the Acts of 1986 permitting the establishment of enterprise funds for certain Town 
departments. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY DIANE C. SULLIVAN, CHAIRMAN 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS: The Social Service League of Cohasset has served the people of Cohasset 

for 75 years; 

and has provided special assistance to families, children, and 
the elderly; 

and has in the past instituted many services which have later 
been carried on by other agencies, for example: inoculation 
for communicable diseases. Well Child Clinics, the school 
lunch program, the Senior Center and the Shuttle bus 

and continues to work for the community through such means 
as health chnics and testing, meals on wheels, counseling by 
professional social workers, and informational programs on a 
variety of concerns; 

be it therefore resolved that the citizens of Cohasset recognize the great contribution the 
Social Service League has made since 1912 to the quality of life in Cohasset, extend 
sincere thanks to the many dedicated workers who have made such contributions pos- 
sible, and offer best wishes that the League will flourish and continue its good works 
well into the future. 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY CLIFFORD MITMAN, JR. 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS: Dr. C. Michael Bliss has faithfully served his community as an elected of- 
ficial and member of the Board of Health; and, 

WHEREAS: Dr. C. Michael Bliss has dedicated seven years of his expertise in the 
health field to our Town of Cohasset; and, 

WHEREAS: Dr. Bliss provided our Town with his talents and unique ability to com- 
bine intelligence and common sense in those services as Chairman of the Board of 
Health for two terms of those years; and, 

WHEREAS: "Mike," as he is known by those of us who have had the pleasure of 
working with and for him, has unselfishly given of his valuable time in the protection of 
the health and welfare of all the townspeople who reside here; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the citizens of Cohasset do hereby ex- 
press their sincere gratitude and appreciation for the distinguished service of Dr. C. 
Michael Bliss for his dedication, unswerving resolve to protect and provide his com- 
munity in all aspects, and conscientious and unselfish commitment to conduct himself 
and the actions of the Board of Health in the manner of highest esteem and accomplish- 
ment. 



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We thank you, Mike, for your diligence and the privilege of working with a very special 
person, 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Report of the Committee to 
Survey Structure and Functions of Town Government 

The purpose of this Committee is to survey the structure and functions of Cohasset 
town government, its officers, departments and boards, and from time to time report its 
findings and recommendations, if any, to Town Meeting. 

The Town Government Structure Committee has held meetings on a regular basis 
during the past year. We have met with town officials, including members of the Board 
of Selectmen, Board of Assessors, Advisory Committee and Capital Budget Commit- 
tee. We also met with the Treasurer/Collector, the Executive Secretary and an official 
from the State Division of Local Services of the Department of Revenue. 

The Committee recommended that the Board of Selectmen arrange for Cohasset to 
participate in the municipal financial management services program administered by the 
Division of Local Services of the Department of Revenue. If requested, the Division of 
Local Services will review, at no cost, the Town's financial management procedures and 
practices. The Committee strongly believes that the Town should take advantage of this 
opportunity and have it's financial procedures evaluated. 

The Committee reviewed the need for creating a fulltime appraiser for the Board of 
Assessors. Upon completing its study, the Committee voted to postpone action until the 
effect of new procedures established by the Board of Assessors could be evaluated. 

The Committee has considered the possibility of creating the position of Town 
Engineer. Upon completing its review, the Committee determined that creating such a 
position would not be cost effective. 

During 1986, Committee members John K. McNabb, Jr. and Osborne Ingram were 
succeeded by new members Richard Horn and Wilson Pile. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John J. O'Donnell, Jr., Chairman 

Chartis Langmaid, Secretary 

Jean Cotton 

John P. Reardon, Jr. 

John Whoriseky 

Richard Horn 

Wilson Pile 



Article 48. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer the sum 
of Fifteen Thousand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of data process- 
ing equipment, a high-speed printer. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Six 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($6,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of data processing equip- 
ment. 

ARTICLE 48. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Sixteen Thousand, Seven Hundred Sixty-One and no/100 ($16,761.00) 
Dollars to supplement funds appropriated under Article 14 of the Warrant for the June 
17, 1985 Special Town Meeting for the cost of preparation of plans and specifications 
and cost estimates for improvements to the Town's outdoor athletic field located at 
MilUken Field and the upper field behind the High School; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 24.. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote, in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 82, Section 21 , to discontinue the use of the intersection of Tupelo Road 
and Chief Justice Cushing Highway for vehicular traffic; and further authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to erect a suitable barrier at the terminus of Tupelo Road where it 
joins Chief Justice Cushing Highway to prevent traffic from exiting or entering Tupelo 
Road from Chief Justice Cushing Highway; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the use of the intersection of Tupelo Road and Chief Justice Cushing 
Highway for vehicular traffic be discontinued and that the Board of Selectmen be 
authorized to erect a suitable barrier at the terminus of Tupelo Road where it joins 
Chief Justice Cushing Highway to prevent traffic from exiting or entering Tupelo Road 
from Chief Justice Cushing Highway. 

ARTICLE 13. Voted by a hand count YES 137, NO 74. This article was adopted. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Forty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($45,000.00) Dollars to refurbish, 
upgrade and equip the Fire Department Engine No. 3, a 1979 Farrar Pumper on Duplex 
chassis; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from the Stabilization Fund the sum 
of Forty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($45,000.00) Dollars to refurbish, upgrade and 
equip the Fire Department Engine No. 3 a 1979 Farrar Pumper on Duplex chassis. 

ARTICLE 38. Voted by a hand count YES 148, NO 38—^3 vote required. Motion 
adopted. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Water Revenue a sum 
of money to complete roof repairs to the water treatment facility at Lily Pond. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from Water Revenue the sum Forty- 
Five Thousand and no/100 ($45,000.00) Dollars to complete roof repairs to the water 
treatment facihty at Lily Pond. 

Amendment by William Montouri, Water Commissioner. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 25 by amended by substituting the figure 
Sixty-Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($62,000.00) Dollars for the figure Forty- five Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($45,000.00) Dollars. Amendment was adopted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 25. Motion was adopted as amended by a voice vote. 

Article 55. To see if the Town will vote to petition the Massachusetts General 
Court to enact legislation that would: 



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(a) authorize the collection by the Town of a land transfer fee not to exceed two (2) per- 
cent of the purchase price upon the transfer of certain real property interests located in 
the Town. 

(b) estabhsh a Land Bank Fund in the Town treasury, and 

(c) authorize the Conservation Commission/Land Bank Commission to use the Fund 
for the purchase of rehabilitation of certain categories of land and interests therein to be 
permanently held in a Cohasset Open Space Land Bank, and for the management and 
maintenance of such lands, in order to conserve open space, protect the environment 
and preserve natural beauty in the Town. 

Debt incurred before or after the acceptance of the Act, may be retired or refinanced by 
expenditure from the fund estabhshed hereunder. 

Provided that the authority granted herein shall not reduce state tax revenues pursuant 
to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 62F, Section 4; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town instruct the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact legislation that would: 

(a) authorize the collection by the Town of a land transfer fee of one (1%) percent of 
the amount of the sales price in excess of One Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 
($100,000.00) Dollars upon the transfer of certain real property interests located in the 
Town; 

(b) estabhsh a Land Bank Fund in the Town treasury, 

(c) authorize the Conservation Commission/Land Bank Commission to use the Fund 
for the purchase of rehabihtation of certain categories of land and interests therein to be 
permanently held in a Cohasset Open Space Land Bank, and for the management and 
maintenance of such lands, in order to conserve open space, protect the environment 
and preserve natural beauty in the Town; and 

provide that debt incurred before or after the acceptance of this Act, may be retired or 
refinanced by expenditure from the fund estabhshed hereunder; and 

provided that the authority of the legislation shall not reduce state tax revenues pur- 
suant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 62F, Section 4. 

ARTICLE 55. Voted by a hand count YES 113, NO 90. Motion adopted. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provision of Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 32B, Section lOA, Group Insurance, to provide for a Group 
Plan of Dental Benefits for all full-time employees of the Town of Cohasset and to 
authorize the Board of Selectmen to implement and administer said plan. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 32B, Section lOA, Group Insurance, to provide for a group plan of dental 
benefits for all full-time employees of the Town of Cohasset and authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to implement and administer said plan. 

ARTICLE 19. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Forty Thousand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for 
capping and seeding a portion of the Cedar Street Landfill in accordance with the 



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Public Health Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and regulations pro- 
mulgated thereunder; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Forty Thousand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for capping and seeding a portion of 
the Cedar Street Landfill in accordance with the PubHc Health Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and regulations promulgated thereunder. 

ARTICLE 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of One Million Ninety-Six Thousand Four Hundred 
Fifty and no/ 100 ($1,096,450.00) Dollars for the purpose of constructing an addition to 
the Cohasset Town Hall, for making certain renovations and improvements to the 
Town Hall, for purchasing furnishings and equipment for the Town Hall, and for the 
payment of costs in connection with engineering design plans and specifications; and to 
see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, to borrow such money or a portion thereof and to issue a note or 
notes therefor; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Million Ninety-Six Thousand Four Hundred Fifty and 
no/ 100 ($1,096,450.(X)) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of constructing an ad- 
dition to the Cohasset Town Hall, for making certain renovations and improvements to 
the Town Hall, for purchasing furnishings and equipment for the Town Hall, and for 
the payment of costs in connection with engineering design plans and specifications; 
and to meet said appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Eight Hundred Seventy-Two Thousand Six 
Hundred Twenty-Six and 72/100 ($872,626.72) pursuant to Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (3), the sum of Eighty-Eight Thousand Eight 
Hundred Twenty-Three and 28/100 ($88,823.28) pursuant to Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (3a) and the sum of Fifty Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($50,(X)0.(X)) pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, 
Subsection (9), and the sum of Eighty-Five Thousand and no/l(X) ($85,0(X).(X)) pursuant 
to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (21). 

Amendment to Article 33 by Maxwell R. Pounder. 

MOVED: "In connection with engineering design plans and specifications;" To read 
and to establish a construction budget within the general accounts stated above, which 
if exceeded upon receipt of bids, will cause the designer to redesign the project at no ad- 
ditional cost to the Town to meet the budget. 

Amendment to Article 33 by Wayne Sawchuk. 

MOVED: "To strike Article 33 in its entirety and insert the following article in its 
place" To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Fifty-Nine Thousand and no/ 100 ($59,000.00) Dollars for 
the purpose of making certain renovations and improvements to the Town Hall, for 
purchasing furnishings and equipment for the Town Hall, and for the payment of costs 
in connection with engineering design plans and specifications; the items to be included 
in this work include (a) the construction of a sewage system as designed by E.E.T. Inc. 
and approved by the Cohasset Board of Health, (b) The renovations of the existing 
(4) bathrooms m the Town Hall, (c) the modification of existing doorways to accom- 
modate handicap access to the first floor, (d) upgrading of existing electrical system for 
the present building, (e) remodeling of existing offices as needed with available funds. 



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Amendment by Maxwell R. Pounder voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Amendment by Wayne Sawchuk was defeated by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 33. Voted as amended by Maxwell R. Pounder by a hand count YES 169, 
NO 8. % vote required. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned until Tuesday, April 7, 1987 at 7:30 P.M. at 
the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Meeting adjourned at 10:50 P.M. on Monday night. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Tuesday, April 7, 1987 

Tuesday Night: Articles acted on which were chosen by random selection. 

Checkers previously appointed and sworn in reported to work at 7:00 P.M. also the 

tellers reported at 7:30 P.M. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 8:00 P.M. 

A total of voters checked in for the Tuesday evening session was 129. 

A quorum was present. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 10— RESIDENTIAL 
CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom 
Paragraph 4 of subsection 10.7 and substituting in its place the following paragraph 
10.7.4: 

**10.7.4 DESIGN STANDARDS. Individual buildings shall be related but not identical 
to each other in design, mass, material, placement and connection to provide a visually 
and physically integrated development. Rigidity in design shall be avoided by variation 
in building location, landscaping, structural coverage, building materials, floor area, 
and cost."; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 10— RESIDENTIAL CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT 
DISTRICT of the Zoning Bylaw be amended by striking therefrom paragraph 4 of 
Subsection 10.7 and substituting in its place the following paragraph 10.7.4: 

"10.7.4 DESIGN STANDARDS. Individual buildings shall be related but not identical 
to each other in design, mass, material, placement and connection to provide a visually 
and physically integrated development. Rigidity in design shall be avoided by variation 
in building location, landscaping, structural coverage, building materials, floor area, 
and cost." 

ARTICLE 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vi vote required. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 3— ESTABLISHMENT 
OF ZONING DISTRICTS, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom Subsection 3.1 
and substituting in its place and stead the following Subsection 3.1: 



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"3.1. DIVISION INTO DISTRICTS 

The Town of Cohasset is divided into eight (8) Zoning Districts designated as follows: 

Name Abbreviation 

Residential A, B, and C R-A, R-B, R-C 

Waterfront Business WB 

Downtown/Village Business DB 

Highway Business HB 

Light Industry LI 

Official and Open Space OS 

In addition, there are two overlay districts: the Flood Plain and Watershed District and 
the Water Resource District." (4/7/86) 

MOVED: That Section 3— ESTABLISHMENT OF ZONING DISTRICTS, of the 
Zoning Bylaw be amended by striking therefrom Subsection 3.1 and substituting in its 
place and stead the following Subsection 3.1: 

"3.1. DIVISION INTO DISTRICTS 

The Town of Cohasset is divided into eight (8) Zoning Districts designated as follows: 

Name Abbreviation 

Residential A, B, and C R-A, R-B, R-C 

Waterfront Business WB 

Downtown/Village Business DB 

Highway Business HB 

Light Industry LI 

Official and Open Space OS 

In addition, there are two overlay districts: the Flood Plain and Watershed District and 
the Water Resource District." (4/7/86) 

ARTICLE 21. Voted by a hand count YES 93, NO 8. Va vote required. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 4— USE REGULA- 
TIONS, PERMITTED USES, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom Section 4.2 
and the Table of Use Regulations and substituting in its place and stead the following 
Section 4.2 and Table of Use Regulations: 

"4.2 PERMITTED USES 

In the following Table of Use Regulations, the uses permitted by right in the District are 
designated by the word "Yes." Those uses that may be permitted by Special Permit in 
the District, in accordance with Section 12.4 are designated by the letters "SP." Uses 
that are not permitted in the Districts are designated by the word "No." 



USE 
Residential 

Detached one-family dwelling. 

The conversion and/or use of a one- 
family dwelling existing on 1/5/55 as a 
dwelling for not more than two (2) 
families subject to Table 5.3.1 (Table 
of Area Regs.). 



Residential 


Non-Residential 


Official and Open 


R-A R-B R-C 


DB WB HB LI 


Space District 


Yes Yes Yes 


SP No SP No 


No 


Yes Yes Yes 


SP No SP No 


No 



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The conversion and/or use of a one- SP SP SP SP No SP No No 

family dwelling existing on 1/5/55 as a 
dwelling for more than two (2) 
families subject to Table 5.3.1. 

Dwellings for more than one family No No No SP SP SP No No 

including those in combination with 
stores or other permitted uses subject 
to Table 5.3.1 and 7.1. 

Accessory Residential building such as Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 

tool shed, boat house, shelter or stable 

for domestic animals, private 

greenhouse, swimming pool or private 

detached garage for up to 4 vehicles, 

including not more than 1 commercial 

vehicle, or open air parking for only 1 

commercial vehicle. 

Guest house. SP SP SP No No No No No 

Home Occupation (see Section 4.3.5). Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 

Wall, Fence, Hedge, or similar Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

enclosure. 

Storage of lobstering or fishing equip- Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 

ment or any boat within or outside a 

building. 

Community Facilities 

Church, Rectory, parish house, Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SP 

convent or other religious use. 

Non-profit educational use either Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SP 

public, private or religious. 

Street, bridge, tunnel. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

Golf course, fishing, reservations or Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 
wildlife preserve. 

Cemetery. SP SP SP No No 

Historical Association or Society. SP SP SP Yes SP 

Hospital or sanitarium. No No No No No 

Nursery School, day care center, day SP SP SP SP SP 
camp, or other educational use. 

Sanitary Land fill and other solid No No No No No No SP No 

waste facilities. " 

or act on anything related thereto. 

ARTICLE 22. 

MOVED: That Section 4— USE REGULATIONS, PERMITTED USES, of the Zon- 
ing Bylaw be amended by striking therefrom Subsection 4.2 and the Table of Use 
Regulations and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 4.2 and Table 
of Use Regulations: 

'•4.2 PERMITTED USES 

In the following Table of Use Regulations, the uses permitted by right in the District are 

designated by the word **Yes". Those uses that may be permitted by Special Permit in 



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Yes Yes 


Yes 


Yes Yes 


SP 


No SP 


SP 


SP SP 


SP 


SP SP 


No 


SP SP 


SP 



the District, in accordance with Section 12.4 are designated by the letters "SP". Uses 
that are not permitted in the Districts are designated by the word "No". 



Residential 


Non-Residential 


Official and Open 


R-A R-B R-C 


DB \VB HB Li 


Space District 


Yes Yes Yes 


SP No SP No 


No 


Yes Yes Yes 


SP No SP No 


No 



TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS 

The Table of Use Regulations that follows is part of this By-law: 

USE 
Residential 

Detached one-family dwelling. 

The conversion and/or use of a one- 
family dwelling existing on 1/5/55 as a 
dwelling for not more than two (2) 
families subject to Table 5.3.1 (Table 
of Area Regs.). 

The conversion and/or use of a one- 
family dwelling existing on 1/5/55 as a 
dwelling for more than two (2) 
families subject to Table 5.3.1. 

Dwellings for more than one family 
including those in combination with 
stores or other permitted uses subject 
to Table 5.3.1 and 7.1. 

Accessory Residential building such as Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

tool shed, boat house, sheher or stable 

for domestic animals, private 

greenhouse, swimming pool or private 

detached garage for up to 4 vehicles, 

including not more than 1 commercial 

vehicle, or open air parking for only 1 

commercial vehicle. 



SP SP SP SP No SP No 



No No No SP SP SP No 



Guest house. 



SP SP SP No No No No 



Home Occupation (see Section 4.3.5). Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 
Wall, Fence, Hedge, or similar Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

enclosure. 

Storage of lobstering or fishing equip- Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

ment or any boat within or outside a 

building. 



No 



No 



No 



No 

No 
Yes 



No 



Community Facilities 


















Church, Rectory, parish house, 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


SP 


convent or other religious use. 


















Non-profit educational use either 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


SP 


public, private or religious. 


















Street, bridge, tunnel. 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Golf course, fishing, reservations or 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


SP 


wildlife preserve. 


















Cemetery. 


SP 


SP 


SP 


No 


No 


No 


SP 


SP 


Historical Association or Society. 


SP 


SP 


SP 


Yes 


SP 


SP 


SP 


SP 


Hospital or sanitarium. 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No 


SP 


SP 


No 



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Nursery School, day care center, day SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP 

camp, or other educational use. 

Sanitary Land fill and other solid No No No No No No SP No 

waste facilities. 

Administrative, cultural, recreational. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SP 

waste water treatment, water supply, 
fire, police, or other protective use 
operated by the town or other govern- 
mental agency. 

Agricultural 

Agriculture, horticulture, and flori- Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

culture, not including a greenhouse or 
stand for retail sale. 

Stand for retail sale of agricultural or SP SP SP Yes No Yes Yes SP 

farm produce raised primarily on the 
premises, or articles of home manufac- 
ture from such produce, and ancillary 
products to the greenhouse business, 
such as peat or insecticides. 

Noncommercial forestry, growing of Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

crops and other vegetation, and conser- 
vation of water plants and wild life in 
natural habitat. 

Raising or keeping of farm animals. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SP 

livestock or poultry for use by residents 

of the premises subject to Board of 

Health regulations and provided that no 

noise or odor is observable at the lot 

lines. 

Raising of livestock horses, poultry, and No No No No No No SP No 

grazing animals for commercial use. 

Commercial stables, kennels, or No No No No No SP SP No 

veterinary hospital in which all animals, 
fowl, or other forms of Ufe are in com- 
pletely enclosed buildings at least 200 
feet from any lot line. 

Retail and Service 

Stores for the sale of goods at retail, in- No No No Yes SP Yes Yes No 

eluding dry goods, food, apparel and 
accessories, furniture and home fur- 
nishing, small wares, and hardware. 

Restaurants serving foods or beverages 
from within the premises. 

—with mechanical or live enter- No No No SP SP SP SP No 

tainment. 

—no mechanical or live entertainment. 

Estabhshments selling new and/or used 
automobiles and trucks, new auto- 
mobile tires and other accessories, farm 



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No No No 


Yes SP Yes SP 


No 


No No No 


No No SP SP 


No 



equipment, aircraft, motocycles, and 
household trailers. 

Hotels and motels. 

Trailer camp. 

Lodging house for not more than five 
(5) persons other than members of the 
family. 

Funeral home or mortuary establish- 
ment 

Retail sale of marina petroleum prod- 
ucts, fishing and boating gear, apparel, 
boats and boat trailers, and supplies. 

Showroom for building supplies 

Convalescent and nursing home 

Medical and dental offices not attached 
to the doctor's or dentist's residence. 

Membership club or non-profit 
organization 

Auto service stations and automotive 
repair garages (not including 
junkyards). 

Automotive graveyard or other 
junkyard. 

Miscellaneous trade and repair service 
and shops. 

Indoor motion picture amusement and 
recreation establishment. 

Outdoor motion picture establishment. 

Helicopter landing area and commer- 
cial communication towers. 

Private boat docks. 

Boat yards, repair £ind open-air sale and 
storage of boats, boat livery, or marina. 

Commercial parking lot. 

Appliance and furniture repair service 

Commercial or membership sports and 
recreational facilities. 

Miscellaneous business offices including 
insurance and real estate. 

Personal service establishments, in- 
cluding beauty salon, barbershop, 
tailor, etc. 
Other similar retail and service uses. 

Bank with accessory drive-in windows. 

Customary accessory uses. 



No 


No 


No 


SP SP SP SP 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No No No No 


No 


SP 


SP 


SP 


No No No No 


No 


SP 


SP 


SP 


SP No SP SP 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes Yes Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes Yes Yes Yes 


No 


SP 


SP 


SP 


No No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


SP 


SP 


SP 


SP SP SP SP 


No 


No 


No 


No 


SP No SP SP 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No No No No 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


SP SP SP Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No No No No 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No No No SP 


No 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


No Yes No Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


SP Yes Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


No SP Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


No 


No 


No 


SP SP SP SP 


No 


No 


No 


No 


Yes No Yes Yes 


No 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes Yes Yes Yes 


No 



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No 


No No 


No No SP Yes 


No 


No 


No No 


No No No No 


No 


No 


No No 


No No No No 


No 



Wholesale and Manufacturing 

Plant for drycleaning, cold storage or 
freezing, power laundry. 

Mining or quarrying. 

Storage yard, warehouse, or distribu- 
tion plant for: construction supplies 
and equipment, firewood, building 
materials, textiles, food products, 
household supplies, and any products 
of manufacturing activities permitted in 
this District (whether or not produced 
on the premises). 

Above ground storage of gas and No No No No No No No No 

petroleum products. 

Printing establishment. No No No Yes No Yes Yes No 

Publishing establishment. No No No No No No Yes No 

Plant for manufacturing, assembling No No No No No No Yes No 

electrical or electronic devices, ap- 
pliances, apparatus and supplies. 

Manufacturing plant for medical, den- No No No No No No Yes No 

tal or drafting instruments, optical 
goods, watches or other precision 
instruments. 

Manufacturing of advertising displays. No No No No No No Yes No 

awnings, shades, bakery products, non- 
alcoholic beverages, brushes, candy, 
clothing or other textile products, 
jewelry, ice, leather goods, toys, or 
wood products. 

Beverage bottling or food packaging No No No No No No Yes No 

plant but not including meat and fish 

products. 

Light metal fabrication or refinishing No No No No No No Yes No 

plants. 

Research, experimental or testing No No No No No No Yes No 

laboratory. 

Wholesaling and manufacturing other No No No No No No SP No 

durable and non-durable goods. 

Customary Accessory Uses Incidental No No No No No No Yes No 

to a Permitted Main Use. 

All Uses 

Temporary structures for storage of SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP 

materials or equipment. 

Temporary (less than 30 days) amuse- SP SP SP SP SP SP SP No 

ment enterprise not including any per- 
manent structures. 

ARTICLE 22. Voted by a hand count YES 64; NO 40—% Vote required. Motion is rejected. 



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Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaw by striking 
therefrom in its entirety Section 9A- Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District and any reference thereto throughout the Zoning Bylaw; or act on anything 
relating therto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw be amended by striking therefrom in its entirety Sec- 
tion 9A— Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District and any reference 
thereto throughout the Zoning Bylaw. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. V3 vote required. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 8— NONCONFORM- 
ING USES, STRUCTURES AND LOTS, of the Zoning Bylaws by striking therefrom 
Subsection 8.4 and substituting in its place the following Subsection 8.4: 

"8.4 DEFINITIVE PLAN EXEMPTION 

If a definitive plan or a preliminary plan followed within seven (7) months with a 
definitive plan is submitted to the Planning Board for approval under the Subdivision 
Control Law, the land shown on such plan shall be governed by the Zoning Bylaw in ef- 
fect at the time of submission while such plan is being processed, and if such plan is 
finally approved, for five (5) years from the date of endorsement of such approval."; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 31. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS, of the Zoning Bylaws by striking from Paragraph 4 of Subsection 5.4 the figure 
**30,000" wherever it may appear and substituting in its place and stead the figure 
"60,000," or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 5— AREA REGULATIONS of the Zoning ByLaw be amended 
by striking from Paragraph 4 of Subsection 5.4 the figure "30,000" wherever it may ap- 
pear and substituting in its place and stead the figure "60,000." 

ARTICLE 32. Voted uanimously by a voice vote. % vote required. 

Article 53. To see if the Town will vote to accept the gift of a scholarship fund for 
the benefit of Cohasset High School seniors as provided in Article II (c) and (d) of the 
Stevens Trust Agreement created by Malcolm H. Stevens under an instrument of trust 
dated June 15, 1984, such fund to be known as the "Malcolm H. Stevens and Helen C. 
Stevens Scholarship Fund"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a scholarship fund for the benefit of Cohasset 
High School seniors as provided in Article II (c) and (d) of the Stevens Trust Agreement 
created by Malcolm H. Stevens under an instrument of trust dated June 15, 1984, such 
fund Scholarship Fund." 

ARTICLE 53. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 50. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to make repairs to the 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library building, including, without Hmitation, repairing the 
cupola, painting exterior wood, painting of pipe rails, replacing downspouts, repairing 
or installing of drains, and repairing and cleaning of windows; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand and no/I 
($10,000.00) Dollars to make repairs to the Paul Pratt Memorial Library building, ,.. 
eluding without limitation, repairing the cupola, painting exterior wood, painting of 
pipe rails, replacing downspouts, repairing or installing of drains, and repairing and 
cleaning of windows; and to meet the appropriation, the sum of Eight Thousand Two 
Hundred Thirteen and 65/100 ($8,213.65) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue 
and the sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty-Six and 35/100 ($1,786.35) 
Dollars be transferred from the account entitled "State Aid to Libraries." 

ARTICLE 50. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 52. To see if the Town will accept a gift from the Nantasket Library, Inc., 
in the amount of approximately Thirty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($35,000.00) Dollars 
for the purpose of establishing a fund, to be managed by the Trustees of the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library, and to be known as "The Nantasket Library Memorial Fund" (the 
"Fund"). The Town Treasurer/Collector shall have custody of the Fund, but the 
management thereof shall be the responsibility of the Trustees of the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library. The principal and income thereof may be used for capital im- 
provements or expenses and may be expended without further appropriation by the 
Town; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift from the Nantasket Library, Inc., in the amount 
of Thirty-Four Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Nine and 59/100 ($34,879.59) Dollars 
for the purpose of estabhshing a fund to be managed by the Trustees of the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library, and to be known as "The Nantasket Library Memorial Fund" (the 
"Fund"). The Town Treasurer/Collector shall have custody of the Fund, but the 
management thereof shall be the responsibility of the Trustees of the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library. The principal and income thereof may be used for capital im- 
provements or expenses and may be expended without further appropriation by the 
Town. 

ARTICLE 52. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Thirty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($35,000.00) Dollars to refurbish 
the pond on Cohasset Common, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate sum of Thirty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($35,0(X).00) Dollars to refurbish the pond on Cohasset Common, and to meet the ap- 
propriation, the sum of Seventeen Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($17,500.00) 
Dollars be transferred from the "Warner Bros. Gift" account, and the balance of 
Seventeen Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($17,500.00) Dollars be transferred 
from Surplus Revenue. 

ARTICLE 36. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/ 100 ($12,000.00) Dollars for engineering 
plans and specifications with respect to a drainage system to lower the water table and 
collect surface waters in the area of Cohasset commonly known as the "Hillside"; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 47. To see if the Town will vote to implement Article XI of the General 
Bylaws— Personnel Classification Compensation Plan, by striking therefrom Section 8 
and substituting in its place the following Section 8: 

"SECTION 8. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 

A grievance is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or supervisory authori- 
ty arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative discretion. 

Step L An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance with the depart- 
ment head and/ or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the grievance. 

Step 2. If, one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding and solution of 
the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or the employee 
may refer the grievance to the Personnel Committee. The Personnel Committee shall 
hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten working days of such 
hearing. 

Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Personnel Committee, such deci- 
sion may be appealed in writing to the Board of Selectmen, who shall conduct a hearing 
with respect thereto and render a written decision within ten days of such hearing. The 
decision of the Board of Selectmen with respect to the grievance shall be binding on 
both parties"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article XI of the General Bylaws— Personnel Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan be amended by striking therefrom Section 8 and substituting in its place 
the following Section 8: 

"SECTION 8. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 

A grievance is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or supervisory authori- 
ty arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative discretion. 

Step 1. An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance with the depart- 
ment head and/or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the grievance. 

Step 2. If, one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding and solution of 
the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or the employee 
may refer the grievance to the Personnel Committee. The Personnel Committee shall 
hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten working days of such 
hearing. 

Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Personnel Committee, such deci- 
sion may be appealed in writing to the Board of Selectmen, who shall conduct a hearing 
with respect thereto and render a written decision within ten days of such hearing. The 
decision of the Board of Selectmen with respect to the grievance shall be binding on 
both parties." 

Janet M. Daggett, Chairman, Personnel Committee presented an amendment. 

Moved that Article 47 be amended by striking therefrom that portion labeled Step 3 and 
substituting in its place the following Step 3: 

"'Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Personnel Committee, such 
decision may be appealed in writing to the Board of Selectmen, wno shall choose by lot- 
tery a Committee of three department chairmen whose departments have not been in- 
volved in the grievance. This Committee shall conduct a hearing with respect thereto 
and render a written decision within ten days of such a hearing. The decision of this 
committee with respect to the grievance shall be binding on both parties". 



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The voice vote of the Amendment was challenged, Seven people questioned the vote. A 
hand count was called YES 95, NO 21. 

ARTICLE 47. Main Motion voted by a voice vote as amended. 

Article 51. To see if the Town will accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property 
from the Estates of M. Wesley Parker, Jr. and Nathan O. Parker and Philip B. Parker 
from Phihp B. Parker, which parcel is donated to the Town in memory of the youngest 
brother, David, and in whose name a World War II plaque was placed at Beechwood 
and King Streets nearby; the parcel is located at 340 Beechwood Street near Bound 
Brook, and is more particularly shown and outlined in red and a copy of sheet 50 of the 
Assessors' Maps, a portion of which is on file with the office of the Town Clerk. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property from the 
Estates of M. Wesley Parker, Jr. and Nathan O. Parker and Philip B. Parker from 
Phihp B. Parker, which parcel is donated to the Town in memory of the youngest 
brother, David, and in whose name a World II plaque was placed at Beechwood and 
King Streets nearby; the parcel is located at 340 Beechwood Street near Bound Brook, 
and is more particularly shown and outlined in red and a copy of sheet 50 of the 
Assessors' Maps, a portion of which is on file with the office of the Town Clerk. 

Amendment by Noel Ripley, Veteran Agent. 

MOVED: That the main motion be amended to provide that if the gift is accepted the 
land shall be known as the "David Parker Memorial" and a plaque be obtained to so 
name the area. 

Amendment was voted. 

ARTICLE 51. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 56. To see if the Town will accept a Collective Bargaining Agreement made 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire Fighters, Local 
2804 and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate 
the Agreement; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 56. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will vote to lease to the Cohasset Soccer Boosters, a 
non-profit association, for the sum of One ($1.00) Dollar per annum, the property off 
North Main Street commonly known as the "Sandpits" and shown on Plan 15 as part 
of Plot 13 on the current assessors maps on file with the Board of Assessors. The 
premises to be used for youth soccer activities and the cost of improvements to create 
soccer fields will be borne by the Cohasset Soccer Boosters Association. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to lease to the Cohasset Soccer Boosters, a non-profit 
association, for the sum of One ($1.00) Dollar per annum, the property off North Main 
Street commonly known as the "Sandpits" and shown on Plan 15 as part of Plot 13 on 
the current assessors maps on file with the Board of Assesssors. The premises to be used 
for youth soccer activities and the cost of improvements to create soccer fields will be 
borne by the Cohasset Soccer Boosters Association. 

Amendment by Harold Litchfield. 

MOVED: That the Town will vote to lease to the Cohasset Soccer Boosters, a non- 
profit association, for the sum of $1.00 per annum Town held land the premises under 



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the jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen used for youth soccer activities and the cost 
of improvements to create soccer fields will be borne by the Cohasset Soccer Boosters 
Association. 

Amendment by John E. Kinchla 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to enter into an agreement with 
the Cohasset Soocer Boosters Association permitting said non-profit organization to 
construct a soccer field on a portion of the land shown on Plan 15 as part of Plot 13 of 
the current assessors maps on file with the Board of Assessors, the former Town gravel 
pits, on North Main Street, and to accept said field from the Cohasset Soccer Boosters 
Association as a town facility, to be maintained for use by the Cohasset Youth Soccer 
program, and by the Town Recreation Department. 

Amendment by Harold Litchfield voted by a voice vote. 

Amendment by John E. Kinchla rejected by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 42. Voted, as amended by Harold Litchfield's amendment by a voice vote. 

Article 49. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the 
Purchase of computer programming to enhance the Town's software package; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the purchase of com- 
puter programming to enhance the Town's software package. 

ARTICLE 49. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars to be used for the 
payment of legal fees to special environmental counsel with respect to the prosecution 
and defense of various legal actions arising out of the operation of Cohasset Heights 
Landfill or relating to legal advice pertaining to the operation of the Cohasset Heights 
Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars to be used for the payment of legal 
fees to special environmental counsel with respect to the prosecution and defense of 
various legal actions arising out of the operation of Cohasset Heights Landfill or 
relating to legal advice pertaining to the operation of the Cohasset Heights Landfill. 

Amendment by Brian Lipsett 

That Article 30 be amended to read: That this appropriation of the Town of Cohasset 
to Special Town Counsel be used specifically to coordinate legal strategies between Zon- 
ing Board of Appeals and Board of Health; with regard to enforcement of existing Zon- 
ing Board of Appeal and Board of Health permit prequirements pertaining to siting and 
operations of Cohasset Heights Limited. 

Voted on Amendment of Brian Lipsett. Amendment not adopted. 

ARTICLE 30. Voted by a voice vote. 

Motion by Diane C. Sullivan 

That this meeting be adjourned to Saturday, April 11, 1987 to the Town Hall 



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Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the election of Town Officers. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:50 P.M. 

A True Record: 
ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



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Polls open at 8:00 A.M. 



Town Election 

April 11, 1987 

Closed at 6:00 P.M. 



Total Voted 2,217 
45% Voted 



Election Officers Present at 7:30 A.M. 
Sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks 

Mary N. Grassie 
Ronald Goodwin 
Jean M. Salvador 
Lot E. Bates 
Katherine M. Lincoln 
Ruth F. Pratt 
Janet W. MacLure 
Kathleen M. Rhodes 



Ann E. Leonard 
Margaret C. Hernan 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Jeanne M. McAuliffe 
Mary A. Fiori 
Maria R. Pape 
Constance S. Jones 
Janice M. Rosano 



10:00 A.M. 

7:30 A.M. 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 



SELECTMEN for three years 

Two positions 

Robert G. Beggan 
Thomas G. Churchill, III 
Robert V. Davenport 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
LiUian M. Murray 
Burtram J. Pratt 
John McNabb (write-in) 
Blanks 
Total 



3 


375 


327 


702 


4 


95 


90 


185 


5 


118 


172 


290 


6 


427 


414 


841 


7 


355 


414 


769 


8 


565 


500 


1065 






2 


2 




281 


299 


550 




2216 


2218 


4434 



MODERATOR for three years 
Vote for One 

WilHam D. Weeks 

Blanks 

Total 



11 882 881 1763 

226 228 454 

1108 1109 2217 



TOWN CLERK for three years 
Vote for One 

Frances L. Marks 

Blanks 

Total 



14 



868 


889 


1757 


240 


220 


460 


108 


1109 


2217 



ASSESSOR for three years 
Vote for One 

James W. Lagrotteria 

Blanks 

Total 



17 



831 


814 


1645 


277 


295 


572 


108 


1109 


2217 



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HIGHWAY SURVEYOR for three years 
Vote for One 

Harold W. Litchfield 

Blanks 

Total 



20 



867 


893 


1760 


241 


216 


457 


1108 


1109 


2217 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR for three years 
Vote for One 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 

Blanks 

Total 



21 



887 

221 

1108 



883 1770 

226 447 

1109 2217 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years 
Vote for One 

Nancy L. Sandell 

Blanks 

Total 



24 



811 


771 


1582 


297 


338 


635 


1108 


1109 


2217 



TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY for three years 

Vote for Three 

Sheila S. Evans 27 

Doris R. McNulty 28 

Edward T. Atkinson 29 

Blanks 
Total 



755 687 1442 

752 686 1438 

772 685 1457 

1045 1269 2314 

3324 3327 6651 



BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 
Vote for One 

William E. Baird 

Blanks 

Total 



32 



829 


766 


1595 


279 


343 


622 


1108 


1109 


2217 



WATER COMMISSIONER for three years 
Vote for One 



William J. Montuori 


35 


775 


759 


1534 


Blanks 




333 


350 


683 


Total 




1108 


1109 


2217 


SEWER COMMISSIONER for three years 










Edward M. Guild 


38 


686 


462 


1148 


Lot W. Bates 


39 


369 


599 


968 


Blanks 




53 


48 


91 


Total 




1108 


1109 


2217 


PLANNING BOARD for five years 










Alfred S. Moore, Jr. 


40 


755 


709 


1464 


Blanks 




353 


400 


753 


Total 




1108 


1109 


2217 



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RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 
Vote for Three 



Terese England Duggan 


43 


733 


675 


1408 


Mary K. Muncey 


44 


740 


716 


1456 


Donald E. Staszko 


45 


563 


574 


1137 


Blanks 




1288 


1362 


2650 


Total 




3324 


3327 


6651 


RECREATION COMMISSION for three years 










Vote for One 










Joseph Andrade 


48 


784 


761 


1545 


Blanks 




324 


348 


672 


Total 




1108 


1109 


2217 



838 


859 


1697 


270 


250 


520 


108 


1109 


2217 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five years 
Vote for One 

Ralph Perroncello 51 

Blanks 

Total 

The polls closed at 6:00 P.M. At 7:00 P.M. the ballots were counted. Mr. William D. 
Weeks, Town Moderator read the votes cast for all candidates at 7:20 P.M. the Annual 
Town Meeting was dissolved. 

A True Record: 
ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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Special Town Meeting 

October 26 & 27, 1987 

RANDOM SELECTION 
INDEX 

Article # Description of Article 

Mon., Oct. 26 Harry H. Ritter, Harbormaster, Resolution by Rocco F. Laugelle 
Approved 

Moderator, William 
D. Weeks called for 
random selection ex- 
cept certain articles Approved by a voice vote. 

24 7,940.00 engineering— Cohasset Heights Landfill 
Indefinite postponement unanimously 

9 Construction and reconstruction Lillard Field 

Hand vote opposed. 
12 Installing outdoor lighting at Lillard Field. 

Indefinite postponement. 
14 SEMASS Partnership term in excess of 20 years of town's solid waste. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

6 Rezone Business District CJC Way 
Defeated 

1 Alter King Street — one way traffic 
Defeated 

Tuesday, October 27, 1987 

7 Evergreen Lane — School & Ferrini residential subdivision, etc. 
Defeated 

19 Camp, Dresser & McKee engineer, $19,425.26 Board of Health Voted 

by a hand count. 

YES 171, NO 9 (Approved) 
1 1 Constructing Bleachers at Lillard Field 

Defeated 
27 Pensions 

Defeated 
18 Unpaid Bills 1987 Fiscal Year 

Approved 
26 Tuition funds to sponsor South Shore Association Retarded Citizens 

($2,500.00) 

Approved 

25 Cemeteries account maintenance $1,475.00 
Approved 

16 Renovation improvements Police/Fire Station. $1,100,000.00 

Approved 

2 8.7 of Section 8 Zoning Bylaw Change 
Approved 

8 Cohasset Housing Authority— Mentally Retarded 
Defeated 



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21 Accounting Clerk/Treasurer-Collector's Office— adding 8 hours to 
position 

Approved 

4 Rescind Article 25 1987 Annual Town Meeting — Water Dept. Roof 
Repairs 

Approved 
3 Borrow $62,000.00 replacing roof Town's Water Treatment Facility 

Approved 
20 Town's waste disposal design transfer station 48,000.00 

Approved 
13 Rosano Lane off North Main Street 

Approved 
17 Harbor construction float in Cohasset Harbor 6,500.00 

Approved 
23 Environmental impact of the Cohasset Heights Landfill $33,631.26 

Approved 
10 Running Track— Lillard Field 

Defeated 

5 Fire Chief— Hazardous Materials $500.00 
Approved 

22 Catch basin Forest Ave. 
Defeated 

15 Cohasset Permanent Firefighters Local 2804 agreement 

Defeated 



Town Clerk's Report 
Special Town Meeting 

October 26, 1987 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M., the following articles were contained in the warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:30 P.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, Janice M. 
Rosano, Kathleen M. Rhodes, Geraldine E. Anslie, Constance S. Jones and Marion L. 
Douglas. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 7:30 P.M. Grace R. Tucker- 
man, George L. Marlette, III, Raymond G. Buckley and T. Gerard Keating. 

The moderator called the meeting to order at 8:00 P.M. a quorum of 100 was pres- 
ent at that time. The Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. Total 
registered voters checked in on the voting lists totaled 568 voters. 

RESOLUTION BY ROCCO F. LAUGELLE, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS, Harry H. Ritter has retired from the service of the Town after twenty- 
one years, the last nineteen of which he served as HARBORMASTER; and 

WHEREAS, he was dedicated to the Town of Cohasset and the users of Cohasset 
Harbor, and 



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WHEREAS, he will be missed by Town Officials and residents alike at Cohasset 
Harbor, 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting herein assembled, to 
proclaim the Town's sincerest gratitude for his long and devoted career and to wish him 
a long and happy retirement from public service. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the 
Town of Cohasset to be affixed on this 26th day of October, 1987, 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

The moderator moved to have articles 1-27 selected by random vote. 

MOVED: That Articles 1-27 of the Warrant for the October 26, 1987 special town 
meeting be considered and acted upon on the basis of random selection; provided 
however in the event an article is selected which is dependent upon or contingent upon 
an article which is yet to be selected and acted upon, the dependent or contingent article 
shall be brought forward prior to the article so selected. In the event of a dispute as to 
whether or not a particular article is contingent or dependent on an article not yet 
selected, the decision of the Moderator shall prevail. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds, or borrow the sum of Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Forty and no/ 100 
($7,940.00) Dollars for the purpose of retaining HMM Associates, Inc. to perform 
engineering services relating to Cohasset Heights Landfill; 

MOVED: That the sum of Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Forty and no/ 100 
($7,940.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of retaining 
HMM Associates, Inc. to perform engineering services relating to Cohasset Heights 
Landfill. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 24. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of Six Hundred Sixty One 
Thousand and no/100 ($661,000.00) Dollars for architectural fees, contingency fees and 
the cost of construction of improvements to Lillard Field located behind Cohasset High 
School, which improvements shall consist of demolition and removal, earth work, 
relocation of water main, site improvements, entrance area improvements, drainage, 
plantings, site furnishings, electrical and irrigation; and to meet the appropriation, 
authorize the Town Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen to borrow 
such sum and to issue a note or notes therefore; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Hundred Eighty Three Thousand Two Hundred and 
no/ 100 ($583,200.00) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of constructing and 
reconstructing the Town's athletic facihties at Lillard Field and for the payment of costs 
in connection with engineering design, plans and specifications; and to meet the ap- 
propriation the Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to 
borrow the sum of Five Hundred Seventy Two Thousand Two Hundred and no/ 100 
($572,200.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, 
Subsection (25) and the sum of Eleven Thousand and no/ 100 ($1 1,000.00) Dollars pur- 
suant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (22). 



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Moderator called for a secret ballot requested by the Advisory Committee. A V^ vote re- 
quired for Article 9. Seven voters from the floor challenged the Moderator. 

The Moderator called for a hand vote to determine if a secret ballot would be used. 
Vote was 126 in favor and 361 opposed. 

A hand vote was taken on the main motion. 

ARTICLE 9. Voted on a hand count, 305 in favor and 221 opposed. 

Kenneth Ekberg of 66 Nicholos Road requested for reconsideration of the article. 

A hand vote was taken on reconsideration of the main motion. The vote was 211 in 
favor and 281 opposed. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Seventy Nine Thousand Thirty Four and no/ 100 
($79,034.00) Dollars for the purpose of acquiring and installing outdoor Hghting at 
Lillard Field behind Cohasset High School, including poles, lighting fixtures, lighting 
controls, concrete bases and other matters incidental or necessary to the installation of 
outdoor lighting; 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 12. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate 
and execute an agreement with SEMASS Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partner- 
ship, or some other entity engaged in a similar business, for a term in excess of 20 years 
as authorized by Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 40D, Section 21 with respect to 
the delivery and acceptance of the Town's soHd waste. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to negotiate and execute an 
agreement with SEMASS Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership, or some 
other entity engaged in a similar business, for a term of years as authorized by 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40D, Section 21 with respect to the delivery and 
acceptance of the Town's sohd waste. 

ARTICLE 14. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. 

Name: Address: 

John P. Bishop 208 Fair Oaks Lane 

William P. Fahey 203 Fair Oaks Lane 

Eileen T. Fahey 203 Fair Oaks Lane 

Albert P. Kelley, Jr. 211 Fair Oaks Lane 

Marie L. Kelley 211 Fair Oaks Lane 

Annette S. Casey 225 Fair Oaks Lane 

Kevin C. Casey 225 Fair Oaks Lane 

Denise Conant 247 Fair Oaks Lane 

Frederick W. Toppan 253 Fair Oaks Lane 

Catherine Kane 265 Fair Oaks Lane 

To see if the Town will vote to rezone certain districts as shown on the zoning map 
identified as ''Zoning District Map of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Oct. 1, 
1969 as revised to 1985" prepared by Edwin A. Young, R.L.S., R.P.E. (hereinafter 
called the "Map") as follows: 



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(a) so that the highway business district ('*HB") area east of Chief Justice Gushing 
Highway and northwesterly of Pond Street, and a small triangular parcel of land be- 
tween King Street and Chief Justice Cushing Highway all as shown as an area red in 
color on the Map and identified "HB 400'" be rezoned as a residence B ("RB") 
district; 

(b) so that the light industry area northwest of Sohier Street and on the east and 
west sides of Chief Justice Cushing Highway shown as the area crosshatched on the 
Map and identified "PL" be rezoned as residence C ("RC") district; and further that 
the zoning Map be reprinted so that the area in red described in subparagraph (a) above 
shall be shaded in yellow and identified with the letters "RB"; and the crosshatched 
area described in subparagraph (b) above shall be shaded in blue and identified with the 
letters "RC"; and further the sum of Four Hundred and no/100 ($400.00) Dollars be 
raised and appropriated from taxation or transferred from available funds for the cost 
of reprinting the Map to contain and reflect the changes authorized herein; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That certain zoning districts be rezoned as shown on the zoning map iden- 
tified as "Zoning District Map of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Oct. 1, 1969 as 
revised to 1985" prepared by Edwin A. Young, R.L.S., R.P.E. (hereinafter called the 
"Map") as follows: 

(a) so that the highway business district ("HB") area east of Chief Justice Cushing 
Highway and northwesterly of Pond Street, and a small triangular parcel of land be- 
tween King Street and Chief Justice Cushing Highway all as shown as an area red in 
color on the Map and identified "HB 4(X)'" be rezoned as a residence B ("RB") 
district; 

(b) so that the Hght industry area northwest of Sohier Street and on the east and 
west sides of Chief Justice Cushing Highway shown as the area crosshatched on the 
Map and identified "PL" be rezoned as residence C ("RC") district; 

and further that the zoning Map be reprinted so that the area in red described in sub- 
paragraph (a) above shall be shaded in yellow and identified with the letters "RB"; and 
the crosshatched area described in subparagraph (b) above shall be shaded in blue and 
identified with the letters "RC"; and further the sum of Four Hundred and no/ 100 
($400.(X)) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the cost of reprinting the Map 
to contain and reflect the changes authorized herein. 

ARTICLE 6. Voted by a hand count 117 in favor 274 opposed. Motion Defeated. Vi 
vote required. 

Article 1. 

Name: Address: 

Helene Lieb 241 Jerusalem Road 

Edward Lappen 241 Jerusalem Road 

Angela Walsh 254 Beechwood Street 

Gordon L. Deane 672 Jerusalem Road 

Dianna Treantafel 433 King Street 

Kenneth Ingber 250 Beechwood Street 

Selma Ingber 250 Beechwood Street 

Karen Devine 13 Surrey Drive 

Martha Freeman 93 Forest Avenue 

Morra Stanzel 23 Cedar Lane 



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To see if the Town will vote to alter the use of King Street by permitting one way 
traffic only in a northerly direction for a distance commencing at the intersection of 
King Street and Pond Street and terminating at the intersection of King Street and Chief 
Justice Gushing Highway; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the use of King Street be altered by permitting one way traffic only in a 
northerly direction for a distance commencing at the intersection of King Street and 
Pond Street and terminating at the intersection of King Street and Chief Justice Cushing 
Highway. 

Amendment by Nancy Garrison. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 1 be amended to provide that traffic 
shall be prohibited from entering that portion of King Street southwesterly of Chief 
Justice Cushing Highway from Chief Justice Cushing Highway, but in all other respects 
King Stret shall remain a two-way street. 

Amendment was adopted 154—149. Hand count. 

Main Motion as amended was defeated 132 — 174. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be adjourned to Tuesday, October 27, 1987 
at 7:30 p.m. at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. Voted unanimously by a voice 
vote at 11:15 P.M. 



Continuation of Special Town Meeting 

Tuesday, October 27, 1987 

Checkers previously appointed and sworn in reported to work at 7 p.m. Robert S. 
Pape replaced George L. Marlette, III as a teller. The tellers reported at 7:30 p.m. 

A quorum was present at 7:35 p.m. and the Moderator called the meeting to order 
at 7:45 p.m. A total of voters checked in for the meeting was 274. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to abandon its use of a certain parcel of land 
off Evergreen Lane for school purposes and transfer it to Paul Ferrini as an access road 
and utility easement for the benefit of a residential subdivision on the easterly side of 
Chief Justice Cushing Highway subject to the condition however that the Town of 
Cohasset shall have an easement across such parcel of land for access to other School 
Department land and in consideration for such abandonment and transfer accept from 
Paul Ferrini in exchange therefor a certain parcel of land on Route 3A consisting of 
18,524 square feet. The specific parcel to be conveyed by the School Department to 
Paul Ferrini is shown on a plan entitled "Plan of Land, Chief Justice Cushing Highway, 
Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts," prepared by Robert E. Hannigan 
Associates dated September 2, 1987 consisting of 6,518 square feet outhned in red, and 
the area to be conveyed by Paul Ferrini to the School Committee is shown on the same 
plan and outlined in green. Such plan is on file with the office of the Town Clerk and 
endorsed "Article 7"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town abandon its use of a certain parcel of land off Evergreen 
Lane for school purposes and transfer it to Paul Ferrini as an access road and utiHty 
easement for the benefit of a residential subdivision on the easterly side of Chief Justice 
Cushing Highway subject to the condition however that the Town of Cohasset shall 
have an easement across such parcel of land for access to other School Department land 



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and in consideration for such abandonment and transfer accept from Paul Ferrini in ex- 
change therefor a cenain parcel of land on Route 3 A consisting of 18,524 square feet. 
The specific parcel to be conveyed by the School Department to Paul Ferrini is shown 
on a plan entitled "Plan of Land, Chief Justice Gushing Highway, Cohasset, Norfolk 
County, Massachusetts", prepared by Roberr E. Hannigan .Associates dated September 
2, 1987 consisting of 6,518 square feet outlined m red on the plan hereinafter mentioned 
and the area to be conveyed by Paul Ferrini to the School Committee is shown on the 
same plan and outhned in green. The plan is on file with the office of the Town Clerk 
and endorsed "Article 7." 

ARTICLE 7. V3 vote required. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Artick 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds or borrow ihe sum of Nineteen Thousand Four Hundred Twenty Five and 56/100 
($19,425.56) Dollars to compensate Camp, Dresser &. McKee for engineering ser\ices 
rendered to the Board of Health in cormeaion \^ith en\irormiental matters penaining to 
Cohasset Heights Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 

\IO\'ED: Tha: the sum of Nineteen Thousand Four Hundred Twenty Five and 56 100 
(S19.-i25.56) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue to compensate Camp, Dresser 
Sc McKee for engineering services rendered to the Board of Health in connection with 
enMioninental maners penaining to Cohasset Heights Landfill. 

ARTICLE 19. Voted by a hand count YES HI, NO 9. 
A 9/10 vote required. 

Article 11. To see if the Ton'.ti N'.ill raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of One Hundred Thineen Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty and 
no/ 100 (SI 13,850.00) Dollars for the purpose of constructing bleachers at Lillard Field 
behind Cohasset High School; or act on annhing relating thereto. 

MO\TD: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

.ARTICLE 11. Indefinite postponement voted tmanimously by a voice vote. 

.Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
fimds or borrow the sum of Thiny Two Thousand Two Hundred Four and no 100 
(532,204.00) Dollars to be added to and supplement the budgetar>- account entitled 
Pensions"; or aa on an>ahing relating thereto. 

MO\'ED: That this .Anicle be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 27. Indetlnite postponement voted tmanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Tov^ti will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a simi of money for the purpose of paNing impaid bills itemized below and 
relating to the 198'' fiscal year: 

Invoice Department Amount 

McGowan, Engel, Tucker & Garrett Board of Selectmen S 940.66 

legal ser\ice5 

Warner & Stackpole Board of Selectmen $32,540.90 

legal services 

Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo Board of Selectmen $ 4,728.63 

legal services 



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p. A. Landers Co. Board of Health $20,399.10 

landfill cover material 

M. Gratta Construction Co. Board of Health $1,648.60 

landfill cover material 

Mass. Municipal Association Board of Selectmen $ 35.00 

advertising 

MOVED: That the sum of Sixty Thousand One Hundred Sixty Four and 89/100 
($60,164.89) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of paying un- 
paid bills itemized below and relating to the 1987 fiscal year: 

Invoice Department Amount 

McGo wan, Engel, Tucker & Garrett Board of Selectmen $ 812.66 

legal services 

Warner & Stackpole Board of Selectmen $32,540.90 

legal services 

Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo Board of Selectmen $4,728.63 

legal services 

P. A. Landers Co. Board of Health $20,399.10 

landfill cover material 

M. Gratta Construction Co. Board of Health $1,648.60 

landfill cover material 

Mass. Municipal Association Board of Selectmen $ 35.00 

advertising 

ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 
9/10 vote required. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of providing tuition funds to sponsor Cohasset residents in the South Shore 
Associates for Retarded Citizens for fiscal 1988; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of providing tuition funds 
to sponsor Cohasset residents in the South Shore Associates for Retarded Citizens dur- 
ing the 1988 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 26. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of One Thousand Four Hundred Seventy Five and no/ 100 
($1,475.00) Dollars to supplement the budgetary account entitled "Cemeteries" for the 
purpose of supplementing funds previously appropriated for the maintenance of 
Cohasset Cemeteries; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Thousand Four Hundred Seventy Five and no/ 100 
($1,475.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue and transferred to the 
budgetary account entitled "Cemeteries" for the purpose of supplementing funds 
previously appropriated for the maintenance of Cohasset Cemeteries. 

ARTICLE 25. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of One Million One Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 
($1,100,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of constructing an addition to the Cohasset 
Police/Fire Station, for making certain renovations and improvements to the 
Police/Fire Station, for purchasing furnishings and equipment for the Police/Fire Sta- 
tion, and for the payment of costs in connection with engineering design plans and 
specifications; and to see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treasurer, with 
the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow such money or a portion thereof and 
to issue notes therefore; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of One MiUion One Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 
($1,100,000.00) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of constructing an addition to 
the Cohasset Police/Fire Station, for making certain renovations and improvements to 
the Town Police/Fire Station, for purchasing furnishings and equipment for the Town 
Police/Fire Station, and for the payment of costs in connection with engineering design 
plans and specifications; and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer with the approval 
of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow the sum of Five Hundred Thirty 
Five Thousand and no/100 ($535,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (3), the sum of Three Hundred Sixty Eight 
Thousand and no/100 ($368,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (3A), the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/100 
($60,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, 
Subsection (9), and the sum of One Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand and no/ 100 
($137,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, 
Subsection (21). 

A motion was made by Francis CoUins to postpone the Article to the Annual Town 
Meeting. A hand count was taken, 124 in favor and 136 opposed. 

ARTICLE 16. A hand count was taken 160 in favor 81 opposed. The Moderator re- 
quested that the hand count be retaken. Voted 166 in favor and 77 opposed. Article 
passed. Vi vote required. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaws by striking 
paragraph 8.7 of Section 8 NON-CONFORMING USES, STRUCTURES AND LOTS, 

and substituting in its place the following paragraph 8.7: 

'*8.7 EXTENSION AND ALTERATION: 

A. an existing non-conforming building or structure may be extended, altered or en- 
larged so long as the extension, alteration or enlargement complies in all respects 
with the area regulations as set forth in Section 5.3.1.; and 

B. the Board of Appeals may authorize by special permit extension of any non- 
conforming use of a building, structure or land; or structural alteration or enlarge- 
ment of any non-conforming building, provided that the Board finds that such ex- 
tension, alteration or enlargement; 

1 . shall not be substantially more detrimental than the existing non-conforming use 
to the neighborhood; and 

2. shall not be injurious or dangerous to the public health or hazardous because of 
traffic congestion or other reason"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 8 NON-CONFORMING USES, STRUCTURES AND LOTS 

of the Zoning Bylaw be amended by striking therefrom paragraph 8.7 and substituting 
in its place the following paragraph 8.7: 



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"8.7 EXTENSION AND ALTERATION: 

A. an existing non-conforming building or structure may be extended, altered or en- 
larged so long as the extension, alteration or enlargement complies in all respects 
with the area regulations as set forth in Section 5.3.1.; and 

B. the Board of Appeals may authorize by special permit extension of any non- 
conforming use of a building, structure or land; or structural alteration or enlarge- 
ment of any non-conforming building, provided that the Board finds that such ex- 
tension, alteration or enlargement; 

1 . shall not be substantially more detrimental than the existing non-conforming use 
to the neighborhood; and 

2. shall not be injurious or dangerous to the public health or hazardous because of 
traffic congestion or other reason"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vi vote required. 

A motion was made by Roy Fitzsimmons of 116 Doane Street for reconsideration of Ar- 
ticle 16. 

Reconsideration of Article 16 was opposed by a voice vote. 
Reconsideration defeated. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to abandon its use of a certain parcel of land 
off Route 3A for school purposes and transfer it to the Cohasset Housing Authority to 
provide a site for housing for the mentally retarded, the specific parcel to be transferred 
consists of approximately 1.99 acres and is substantially located as shown on the sketch 
plan filed with the Town Clerk and endorsed "Article 8"; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 8. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to amend its personnel classification bylaw 
schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1987 Annual 
Town meeting by adding eight (8) hours to the position of accounting clerk in the 
Treasurer-Collector's Office so that the schedule thereunder shall read as follows: 

Treasurer-Collector's 
Office 

Accounting Clerk 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the personnel classification bylaw schedule as most recently adopted 
under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1987 Annual Town Meeting be amended by ad- 
ding eight (8) hours to the position of accounting clerk in the Treasurer-Collector's Of- 
fice so that the schedule thereunder shall read as follows: 

Treasurer-Collector's Positions 

Office Pay Group Authorized Schedule Hours 

Accounting Clerk D 1 1 20. 

ARTICLE 21. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the authorization granted under 
Article 25 of the Warrant for the 1987 Annual Town Meeting permitting the transfer of 
funds from water revenue for the purpose of making roof repairs to the water treatment 
facility; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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Positions 






Group 


Authorized 


Schedule 


Hours 


D 


1 


1 


20; 



MOVED: That the authorization granted under Article 25 of the Warrant for the 1987 
Annual Town Meeting permitting the transfer of Sixty Two Thousand and no/ 100 
($62,000.00) Dollars from water revenue for the purpose of making roof repairs to the 
water treatment facihty be rescinded. 

ARTICLE 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of replacing the roof on the 
water treatment facility; and to see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town 
Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow such sum and to 
issue a note or notes therefore; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Sixty Two Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($62,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of replacing the roof on the Town's water 
treatment facility at Lily Pond and to meet the appropriation the Treasurer with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow the sum of Sixty Two Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($62,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 7, Subsection (3A). 

ARTICLE 3. Voted by a voice vote. ^3 vote required. Quorum present and one oppos- 
ed. 

Jeffrey Power of 74 Beach Street then moved that Article 20 be advanced to be acted 
upon immediately. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of engaging a consultant, architect or 
engineer to design a transfer station relating to the Town's waste disposal; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Forty Eight Thousand and no/100 ($48,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of engaging a consultant, architect or 
engineer to design a transfer station relating to the Town's waste disposal. 

ARTICLE 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to widen and relocate Rosano Lane off 
North Main Street, in accordance with Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 82, Sec- 
tions 21-23, such way to be relocated and widened as shown on a plan entitled "Rosano 
Lane at Cohasset, MA prepared for Brian Davis, North Main Street, Cohasset, MA by 
BSC Loring H. Jacobs Co., dated May 1, 1987, a copy of which is filed with the Town 
Clerk and endorsed "Article 13"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Rosano Lane off North Main Street be widened and relocated in accor- 
dance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 82, Section 21-23, such way to be 
relocated and widened as shown on a plan entitled "Rosano Lane at Cohasset, MA 
prepared for Brian Davis, North Main Street, Cohasset, MA by BSC Loring H. Jacobs 
Co., dated May 1, 1987," a copy of which is filed with the Town Clerk and endorsed 
"Article 13." 

ARTICLE 13. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 



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($6,500.00) Dollars to supplement funds previously appropriated for the repair of a 
ramp and the construction of a float in Cohasset harbor; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from the water ways improvement account the sum 
of Six Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($6,500.00) Dollars to supplement funds 
previously appropriated for the repair of a ramp and the construction of a float in 
Cohasset harbor. 

ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Forty Seven Thousand and no/ 100 ($47,000.00) Dollars for 
the purpose of retaining Camp, Dresser & McKee to conduct a hydrogeology/water 
quality investigation relating to the environmental impact of the Cohasset Heights 
Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty-three Thousand Six Hundred Thirty One and 26/100 
($33,631.26) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of retaining 
Camp, Dresser & McKee to conduct a hydrogeology/water quality investigation relating 
to the environmental impact of the Cohasset Heights Landfill. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of One Hundred Three Thousand Ninety Eight ($103,098.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of installing a textured polyurethane surface on the running 
track at Lillard Field behind Cohasset High School; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 10. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars to be expended 
under the direction of the Fire Chief for the purpose of hazardous materials response 
unit, and further, authorize the Selectmen and the Fire Chief to enter into a contract 
with another town or towns to share the cost of equipping and maintaining a hazardous 
materials response unit; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Five Hundred and 
no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars to be expended under the direction of the Fire Chief for the 
purpose of a hazardous materials response unit and that the Selectmen and the Fire 
Chief be authorized to enter into a contract with another town or towns to share the 
cost of equipping and maintaining a hazardous materials response unit. 

ARTICLE 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of installing a catch basin on the pro- 
perty known as and numbered 348 Forest Avenue and connect the catch basin with the 
Forest Avenue drain system by means of a drain pipe running a distance of approx- 
imately 150 feet to alleviate standing water in the area of Spindrift Lane; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 



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ARTICLE 22. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset permanent fire fighters, Local 
2804, and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate 
the agreement; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 15. Indefinite postponement voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

A motion was made by Rocco F. Laugelle that this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote at 11:30 P.M. 

ATTEST: 

A True Record. 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



Town Clerk's Report 

It is a pleasure to submit this report to the residents of Cohasset on the progress of 
this office. As Town Clerk I have completed my first elected three year term and am 
looking forward to another prosperous term. 

This past year has seen a change in office personnel. Constance Jones, my assistant 
for three and a half years, retired on August 30, 1987. In all, she has worked for the 
town for over ten years and will be greatly missed by this office, and indeed the town in 
general. This office wishes her well in her retirement. Marion L. Douglas was appointed 
on September 1, 1987 as my new assistant. On November 4, 1987, Jacqueline McGuire 
was hired to work part-time as a clerk/ typist. 

As in past poUcy, the office remains open eight hours a day and someone is always ready 
and able to fill each request. A major asset to the office is the computer. We have 
upgraded the system (which is an ongoing process) and have programs for business cer- 
tificates, dog list, births, deaths and marriages, numbered jury Hst, census, voting hst, 
etc. 

I would Hke to take this opportunity to thank all town officers, departments, com- 
mittees, employees and citizens for their cooperation and assistance through the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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Vital Statistics 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1987 

BIRTHS 

The number of births recorded were sixty three. Of the sixty three in the year 1987 
all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There were thirty one males and thirty two 
females. 

MARRIAGES 

The total number of marriages for 1987 was sixty six. Thirty eight were solemnized 
in Cohasset during the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was eighty including residents of Cohasset who died 
elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset. Deaths not before reported were 
seven, which were all residents of Cohasset. 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



Births for the Year 1987 



Date 


Name of Child 


January 




6 


Christina Lee Daniels 


15 


Justin Blaise Kueser 


15 


Mark Patrick Wilbur Lewis 


27 


Devin Rowland Harrigan 


11 


Dana Joseph Silvia 


28 


Devon Leigh Greenbaum 


29 


Jeffrey Neal Thompson 


February 




3 


Mary Elise Silvia 


25 


James Guy Degiacomo 


March 




3 


Danielle Marie Hajjar 


10 


William Tyler Phelps 


19 


Jesse Ault Abbruzzese 


23 


Brendan Christopher Ford 


27 


Antonio Socorro Montoya 


31 


Joanna Hilary Borr 


April 




5 


Domenic Joseph Strazzulla 


7 


Caroline Ann Henderson 


7 


Samantha Mae Sargent 


9 


Allison Marie Dean 


14 


Christopher Bonney Roy 


22 


Samuel Felton Steele 


23 


Nancy Elizabeth Durkin 



Parents 



Mother's Maiden Name 



Richard James & Mary Andrea Daniels (Coffey) 
James Francis & Michele Petra Kueser (Brown) 
Kevin Frances & Margaret Elizabeth Lewis (Direnzo) 
Sean Louis & Lorelle Amanda Harrigan (Sclater) 
Dana «fe Andrea Silvia (Carroll) 
Mark Steven & Diane Carol Greenbaum (Lankiewicz) 
Jeffrey Neal & Lisa Jean Thompson (Heffner) 

Jack Paul & Ann Barunas Silvia (Barunas) 

Mark Guy & Lynne Margaret Degiacomo (Gallanan) 

Steven Francis & Jean Dolores Hajjar (DeAngelo) 
William Luers & Margaret Crull Phelps (Crull) 
Christopher John & Katherine Ester Abbruzzese 

(Ault) 
Dennis Michael & Sandra Jean Ford (Rochette) 
Socorro & Elizabeth Ann Montoya (Lavgelle) 
Harrie Steven & Leslie Rosett Borr (Rosett) 

Domenic Michael & Sandra Jean Strazzulla (Murray) 
David Bruce & Jane Elizabeth Henderson (Brien) 
Richard James & Cheryl Renee Sargent (Bongarzone) 
John Hooper & Christine Marie Dean (Cline) 
Peter Andre & Susan Quilty Roy (Quihy) 
Matthew Regan & Marjorie Felton Steele (Felton) 
John Thomas & Shelanne Sladen Durkin (Sladen) 



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May 




2 


John David Kovach 


15 


Rachel Danae Garber 


16 


Richard Paul Lordan, Jr. 


19 


Peter Herman Bunstein 


24 


Emily Ann Love 


24 


Joseph Mario Rosano 


25 


Leo Charles Clougherty 


29 


Katherine Simpson Englander 


June 




8 


Steven Francis Dyer 


15 


Stephen Gregory Simons 


16 


Zachary Stuart Etkind 


16 


Kristin Bethany Reynolds 


19 


Alden Kent Wonnell 


21 


Kristina Rose Treantafel 


July 




2 


Michelle Mary Lemaire 


7 


Andrew Edward Walsh 


7 


Jacqueline Nicole Cannata 


15 


Julia Carol Sanchez 



20 



Jane Marie Hamilton 



August 




2 


Elizabeth Ashley Goodman 


4 


Lisa Ohvia Spirito 


15 


Catherine Mary Calorio 


23 


Daniel Eldridge Maynard 


September 


3 


Alexandra Eileen Marie Martin 


4 


William David Pinkus 


5 


Daniel Joseph Mercurio 


11 


Katherine Julie Whoriskey 


12 


Laurie Marie Peraino 


14 


Olivia Penn Madan 


14 


Michael Joseph Prouty 


19 


Nicole Elizabeth Whitney 


23 


Patrick Roy Bertovich 


October 




5 


Katharine Julia Kuppens 


21 


Catherine Melis Ernst 


22 


Jacquelyn Marie Piro 


31 


Christian Douglas Manchester 


November 


4 


Daniel Shoffner Sullivan 


6 


Mikaela Ashley O'Hara 


8 


Erika Constance Brown 


11 


Leigh Renee Laugelle 


18 


Thomas Edward Morgan 



George Stephen & Joan Marie Kovach (Stack) 
Gary Robert & Helene Eve Garber (Stark) 
Richard Paul & Cathy Jean Lordan (Hughes) 
Richard Alan & Anne EUzabeth Bunstein (Noonan) 
Earl Cranston & Doreen Marie Love (Buckley) 
Mario Rocco & Genoveffa Gina Rosano (Agostino) 
Peter Anthony & Maryanne Sara Clougherty (Ardini) 
John Clifford & Susan Sturdy Englander (Sturdy) 

William Leslie & Deborah Marie Dyer (Carroll) 
Gregory Wayne & Ellen Margaret Simons (MacNeil) 
Stephen Lee & Susan Hurlbert Etkind (Hurlbert) 
David C. & Kathy Elizabeth Reynolds (Young) 
Kent Hitchcock Wonnell & Lista Ellen LeQuire 
Christopher Q. & Dianna Marie Trentafel (Ribeiro) 

Thomas Richard & Leslie Ann Lemaire (KUer) 
Stanley Robert & Kathryn Gail Walsh (Wells) 
James Anthony & Kathleen D. Cannata (O'Brien) 
Israel Michael & Janet O'Donnell Sanchez 

(O'Donnell) 
Frank Charles Joseph «fe Jane Marie Hamilton 

(O'Hayre) 

Lester Alan & Karie Marie Goodman (Sullivan) 
Michael Joseph & Victoria Fitzgerald Spirito 

(Watkins) 
Thomas Francis Calorio & Marie Ellen Toomey 
Steven Lincoln & Kimberly Rose Maynard (Salvador) 

Paul Gerard & Eileen Bernadette Martin (Horan) 
Steven Daniel & Elizabeth C, Pinkus (Craig) 
Joseph Pasquale & Rosemarie Mercurio (Bonanno) 
John Francis & Christine Marie Whoriskey (Good) 
Michael John & Linda Marie Peraino (Riccio) 
Gerard Fredrick & Jane Madan (Henkel) 
Robert Leslie & Kathryn Prouty (Anderson) 
Jerome Andrew & AnnMarie Whitney (O'Rourke) 
Gregory Thomas & Ellen Barr Bertovich (Barr) 

Michael Francis & Cynthia Anne Kuppens (Sapiro) 
Robert Clayton & Mary Miller Ernst (Miller) 
Robert Anthony & Mary Swanberg Piro (Swanberg) 
Douglas Raymond & Judith Robare Manchester 
(Robare) 

Michael Hayes & Mary Jane Sullivan (Shoffner) 
WiUiam James & Nancy lola O'Hara (Reber) 
Edwin Charles & Susan Rose Palladino-Brown 

(Palladino) 
Paul J. & Karen Laugelle (Murphy) 
Robert Charles & Donna Meers Morgan (Meers) 



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BIRTHS NOT PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 

1986 

October 

22 Kirstyn Mallee Knox Cecil Byron & Donna Lee Knox (Downes) 

November 

6 Brittney Faith Grazio Lawrence George & Lorna Grazio (Berhnard) 

25 Daniel Crandon Leahy, III Daniel Crandon & Patricia Anne Leahy (Cohn) 

26 Andrew Joseph Jerz Joseph Lawrence & Maureen Elizabeth Jerz (McVann) 

December 

6 Colin Hull Magruder John Stuart & Susan Beth Magruder (Hull) 

29 Sloane Cameron Staszko Donald Edward Staszko & Barbara Lynne O'Pray 



Marriages for the Year 1987 

January 30 at Duxbury, Peter D. Ellis of Duxbury, and Sherry A. McCarrick of Cohasset, married 
by Edward A. Fleming, Justice of the Peace. 

February 15 at Boston, Raymond J. Livingstone II of Cohasset, and Patricia A. Gilbert of 
Cohasset, married by Brian Manning, Priest. 

April 11 at Hingham, Raymond A. Potvin, Jr. of Cohasset, and Patricia A. Dempsey of Cohasset, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

April 25 at Cohasset, Paul J. Lemieux of Cohasset, and Katharine L. McArthur of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Nicholas J. Morcone, Priest. 

April 25 at Worcester, Michael H. Sullivan of Tampa, PL and Deborah A. Gilbert of Tampa, FL 
married by Terrence Dougherty, Priest. 

May 2 at Scituate, Cecil A. Latter of Holbrook, and Lena G. Ferreira of Cohasset, married by 
Nathan F. Wood, Minister. 

May 2 at Carver, Timothy O'Brien of Carver, and Karen F. Anderson of Carver, married by Ber- 
nadette L. Hemingway, Justice of the Peace. 

May 17 at Cohasset, Arthur C. Bjorklund of Rockland, and Gina T. Froio of Cohasset, married 
by James J. McCarthy, Priest. 

May 17 at Cohasset, Kevin Crough of Cohasset, and Sandra Dalrymple of Cohasset, married by 
George C. Gardner, Priest. 

May 23 at Cohasset, David D. Alexander of Cohasset, and Cynthia A. Green of Cohasset, married 
by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

May 23 at Duxbury, Dana E. Major of Scituate, and Margaret H. Roth of Scituate, married by 
George A. Hodgkins, Minister. 

May 23 at Marshfield, Kenn Silvia of Cohasset, and Diane Lynn Rodriques of Cohasset, married 
by Nathan F. Wood, Clergyman. 

May 24 at Boston, Paul V. Farren of Cohasset, and Demetra Ann Argeros, Lynnfield, married by 
Athanasios Demos, Greek Orthodox Priest. 

May 29 at Ludlow, Jerry R. Talaia of Cohasset, and Lynn Ann Falconer of Ludlow, married by 
Francis J. Manning, Priest. 

May 30 at Cohasset, Vernon B. Hubbard, Jr., Cohasset, and Lynda Mae Barnes, Braintree, mar- 
ried by Stephen S. J. Hall, Pastor. 

May 30 at Cohasset, Daniel Robert Quaile of Winsor, CT and Colleen Marie Hanley of 
Weymouth, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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June 6 at Scituate, James T. Clifford, Jr. of Scituate, and Holly Koopman of Cohasset, married 
by Frederic R. Nagle, Clergyman. 

June 6 at Cohasset, Joseph Lawrence Coggins of Cohasset, and Maryellen Joyce of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Kelliher, Priest. 

June 6 at Cohasset, WilUam L. Dahiell of Blakeslee, PA and Mary R. Fowle of Cohasset, married 
by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

June 6 at Duxbury, Raymond Hanscombe of Scituate, and Sandra Barrow of Cohasset, married 
by Edward M. Fleming, Justice of the Peace. 

June 13 at Cohasset, Robert J. Barrow of Cohasset, and Christine Cotter of Cohasset, married by 
Matthew Bradley, Priest. 

June 13 at Hull, Richard Schmidt of Cohasset, and Susan C. Emmer of Cohasset, married by 
Brian Lineham, Priest. 

June 14 at Cohasset, John R. Scanlon of Marshfield, and Christine M. Riley of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 28 at Cohasset, Larry Blair of Scituate, and Brenda Marie MacDonald of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 4 at Cohasset, Timothy Edward Kemper of Chicago, IL and Lee A, Merkle of Chicago, IL 
married by Robert B. Haller, Priest. 

July 1 1 at Norwell, Lloyd Paul Jordan of Cohasset, and Pamela Jean Schiffer of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard M. Fewkes, Minister. 

July 11 at Cohasset, Brian G. Schwartz of New York City, NY and Kathryn Dillon of New York 
City, NY, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

July 25 at Cohasset, George Thomas Daniels of Danbury, CT and Laura Ann Steele of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 25 at Cohasset, Robert Dick of Cohasset, and Susan F. Norman of Boston, married by Diane 
C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

July 25 at Cohasset, MA, Sean J. Murphy of Norwood, and Elizabeth L. Atkinson of Cohasset, 
MA married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

July 31 at Norwell, Arthur L. Dunphy of Scituate, MA and Diana G. Moe of Cohasset, MA mar- 
ried by David C. Norling, Minsiter of the Gospel. 

August 1 at Cohasset, MA, Jeffrey Alan Donze of Shere, Surrey, England and Michelle Ann Kane 
of Shere, Surrey, England, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

August 1 at Cohasset, David Wason Drew of Scituate, and Martha Whelan of Boston, married by 
Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 1 at Westwood, MA, Craig Davidson Muir of Boston, and Jean Madalyn MacPherson of 
Boston, MA married by Michael Corrigan, Minister. 

August 2 at Hingham, Howard Mekler of Cohasset, MA and Dama E. Chase of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Stephen A. Karol, Rabbi. 

August 9 at Cohasset, Willia Auerbach Allen of Weymouth, and Elisabeth Anne Sheehy of 
Cohasset, married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 15 at Chatham, Andrew H. Long of Cohasset, and Jean Carolyn Shesne of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by G. Peter Fleck, Minister. 

August 15 at Cohasset, William A. Sestito of Cohasset, and Sara Beth Gallagher of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 15 at Scituate, Gregory Michael Zappolo of Cohasset, and Nancy Ann Laue of Cohasset, 
married by Douglas A. Rosenvinge, Minister. 



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August 29 at Cohasset, William Zeppenfeld of Chevy Chase, MD and Carol C. Cowie of Chevy 
Chase, MD married by Earl E. Alger, Clergyman. 

September 5 at Cohasset, William Rogg of Brighton, and Christine Barrett of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 11 at Cohasset, Ronald J. Mavilia of Cohasset, and Susan M. Buckley of Cohasset, 
married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

September 12 at Cohasset, Howard G. Bleakie of Scituate, and Betsy T. Hendrickson of New 
York, NY, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 12 at Hull, Brian James Heggie of Cohasset, and Ava Marguerite Demaso of Cohasset, 
married by Edward L. Doyle, Permanent Deacon. 

September 13 at Cohasset, Joseph Charles Barrow of Scituate, and Sheila Dawn Poston of 
Scituate, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 18 at Cohasset, Carl A. Sestito of Cohasset, and Patricia A. Messner of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 25 at Hingham, Michael Thomas Maltzan of Cambridge, and Amy Louis Murphy of 
Cohasset, married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

October 3 at Cohasset, Francis X. Flannery of Cohasset, and Claire M. Bonvie of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 3 at Cohasset, Mark F. Rattenbury of Cohasset and Janet A. Malloy of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by David G. Bonfiglio, Priest. 

October 3 at Quincy, Steven R. Swan of Quincy, and Dianne McAdam of Quincy, married by 
Carol E. Atwood-Lyon, Minister. 

October 10 at Cohasset, John Bungen of San Francisco and Paula Crampton of San Francisco, 
married by John Bungen, Minister. 

October 10 at Quincy, Ambrose James Redmond III of Wellesley Hills and Ann Marie O'Leary of 
Weymouth, married by Joseph R. Fahey, Priest. 

October 10 at Cohasset,, William N. Spinzola of Hull and Kathleen L. Cox of Hull, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 17 at Weymouth, Christoper S. Parsons of Mansfield and Marie T. Barry of Braintree, 
married by George G. Hogan, Priest. 

October 18 at Cohasset, Peter Thomas Faga of Cohasset and Denise Michelle Downes of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 24 at Cohasset, Daniel P. Cronin of Scituate and Susan Sadler of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 24 at Cohasset, Jeff L. Rogers of Scituate, and Linda M. Hamlin of Scituate, married by 
Gary A. Ritts, Minister. 

October 25 at Weymouth, Gregory Cahill of Cohasset, and Kathleen D. Murray of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Robert C. Bayson, Priest. 

November 7 at Cohasset, Stewart Hall Grimes of Kingston, and Leland C. Brackett of Kingston, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

November 14 at Quincy, John J. Chevalier of Cohasset, and Mary F. Ditulho of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Gabriel Spanley, Justice of the Peace. 

November 14 at Cohasset, William Nolan of Braintree, and Jocelyn Kennedy of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by William J. Haley, Priest. 

November 21 at Hingham, Christopher D. Grosse of Quincy, and Susan Thornton of Hingham, 
married by John F. Reardon, Priest. 



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November 21 at Weymouth, Robert E. O'Brien, Jr. of Melrose and Catherine A. Drysdale of 
Weymouth, married by Francis J. Murphy, Priest. 

November 27 at Cohasset, Joseph S. Caruso III of Dighton, and Jeanne C. Perry of Dighton, 
married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

December 12 at Cohasset, Nelson Stewart Fenimore Jr. of Cohasset and Gretchen Knickerbocker 
Hayes of Cohasset married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

December 22 at Scituate, Paul V. Amanuello, Jr. of Cohasset and Lillian C. Aamodt of Cohasset, 
married by Bernard M. Reisberg, Justice of the Peace. 



MARRIAGES NOT BEFORE REPORTED 



1986 



August 9, at Hingham, David C. Reynolds of Cohasset and Kathy E. Young of Cohasset, married 
by Daniel P. Brodeur, Minister of the Gospel. 



DATE 



Deaths for the Year 1987 

NAME YEARS MONTHS 



DAYS 



January 










3 


Brewster G. Pattison 


66 


7 


10 


3 


Paul Misho Mitchell 


85 


6 


8 


11 


Anthony R. Emannuello 


73 


6 


16 


16 


Gorham L. Bates 


95 


1 


26 


22 


Mary Agnes Burke 


83 


2 


25 


February 










1 


Ann D. Keenan 


94 


11 


20 


4 


Joseph Fahey 


51 


8 





7 


Florence E. Buckley 


89 


3 


4 


11 


Ruth M. McHugh 


76 


6 


7 


14 


Mary Gertrude Jobert 


78 


8 


24 


17 


Frank J. Migliaccio 


75 


10 


29 


17 


Carl A. Rose 


94 


11 


26 


18 


Ann M. Garvey 


56 


5 


20 


20 


Joseph M. McCarthy 


63 


9 


28 


24 


AngeHna Ingeni 


89 


9 


17 


March 










2 


Warren S. Pratt 


74 


2 


6 


3 


William R. Carroll 


87 


7 


5 


9 


Mary Jane Ahern 


95 


6 


20 


9 


Ruth Marie Fay 


87 


7 


2 


14 


Gertrude J. Vozzella 


84 


10 


1 


17 


Grace Marion Currie 


87 





16 


17 


Alexander Raymond MacDonald 


81 


4 


4 


19 


Pauline F. Maliey 


84 


8 


23 


April 










2 


Richard J. Bond, Sr. 


59 


1 


14 


4 


Mary L. O'Connell 


59 


9 


1 


6 


Peter Joseph Barnicle 


70 


10 


2 


7 


Estella M. Barnes 


71 





8 


7 


Thomas Gilman Churchill 


69 


2 


2 



113 



8 


Marion Mulcahy 


18 


Anna Marks 


May 




1 


Catherine Mulcahy 


2 


Virginia Brian 


2 


John Patrick Francis 


14 


Maeline A. Kunstler 


17 


Ruth Cumner 


17 


Percival N. James 


26 


Annie Luscombe 


26 


Lillian Zommer 


June 




5 


James D. Telesco 


6 


Eleanor Marsh 


8 


Annie Elizabeth Wilder 


9 


Phyllis Tramotana 


24 


Adam McClay 


29 


Jane Hallett Carlson 


July 




9 


Laurine Larsen 


12 


Gordon Presbrey Luther 


13 


Hazel Margaret Peterson 


17 


Katherine Kleinz 


18 


John F. Langmaid, III 


25 


James E. Brennan 


25 


Virginia T. Macauley 


August 




2 


Mary Conway 


7 


Geoffrey Russell Swift 


18 


Carl E. Nelson 


20 


Marie Davenport Crocker 


21 


John Smith Halloran 


24 


Kevin Barry O'Brien 


29 


Jean R. Lloyd 


30 


Joseph F. Lloyd 


31 


Kathleen Smith 


September 




6 


Sarah T. Hickey 


11 


Ruth M. Meyers 


15 


Christine Burke 


28 


Gerald J. Griffin 


October 




5 


Manuel A. Marks, Sr. 


13 


Charles Henry Dole 


15 


Barbara Jean Jones 


15 


Charles A. McCarthy 


22 


Rose DiTullio 


November 




1 


Lina lacobucci 


3 


John J. Conley 


9 


Ralph E. Keegan Sr. 


11 


John F. Corcoran 



86 


3 


5 


77 


8 


19 


80 


10 


21 


90 


4 


19 


75 


9 


15 


85 


5 


10 


91 


9 


21 


91 


9 


29 


89 


2 


21 


85 


4 


18 


57 


9 


30 


83 


11 


9 


89 





10 


76 


7 


14 


94 


4 


22 


50 


6 


10 


81 


2 


2 


84 


1 


14 


77 


4 


4 


74 


10 


8 


53 





17 


77 


9 


29 


61 


1 


5 


91 


7 


2 


49 


3 


6 


71 


7 


27 


77 


3 


3 


62 


5 


23 


30 





15 


75 


4 


18 


83 


8 


5 


87 


6 


22 


90 


2 


28 


85 


5 


16 


19 


10 


18 


69 





7 


77 


4 


2 


19 


4 


2 


50 


5 


22 


69 


2 


17 


93 


3 


11 


76 


11 


30 


88 


7 


28 


86 


3 


22 


95 


3 


24 



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11 

30 

December 

2 

5 

9 
12 
25 



1986 
July 

27 

August 
26 

November 

11 

19 

20 

24 

December 
2 



William Wallace Rich, Jr. 
Mercie V. Nichols 

Hannah C. Bergsten 
Ada Ann Laurie 
Edith Julia Taylor 
Leighton S. Tower 
Margaret Dorothy Cloudman 



85 


6 


26 


88 


7 


14 


84 


7 


17 


99 


6 


12 


89 


2 


5 


83 


1 


16 


94 


10 


28 



DEATHS xNOT BEFORE REPORTED 



Richard Conte 

Russell Price Chase 

Milton F. Higgins 
Dorothy Prouty 
Irene V. Murray 
Laurence William Prouty 

Clement Titcomb 



26 





12 


94 





19 


78 


3 


6 


88 


4 


19 


87 


1 


5 


86 


8 


27 



71 



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Report of Board of Registrars 

In February the Chairman of the Board of Registrars Burtram J. Pratt resigned 
from the board to run for office of Selectmen. The selectmen appointed George L. 
Marlette, III to replace Mr. Pratt. Mr. Robert S. Pape was nominated to Chairman of 
the Board. 

The dates and hours during which the Registrars are in session, and the purpose for 
each session are prescribed by State Law. 

During 1987 these included: 

(1) Registration of new voters prior to Annual and Special Town Meetings. 

(2) Certification of nomination papers for Annual Town Election and Presiden- 
tial Primary. 

(3) Certification of signatures on Initiative Petitions. 

(4) Removal of names from the voting list based on census returns and other data: 

A. Moved out of Town or out of State 

B. Deceased 

C. Notification of registration in other cities and 

towns. 

REGISTRATION AT HIGH SCHOOL 

The registrars shall appoint one employee who is a registered voter in Cohasset as 
an assistant registrar. The assistant registrar must be available at the school to register 
eligible students and employees of the school. The principal must publicize the oppor- 
tunity to register within the school. 

STATISTICS 

Number of registered voters in January 1987 4,828 

Nimiber of registered voters in January 1988 4,676 

Democrats 1,159 

Repubhcans 1,079 

Unenrolled 2,438 

Notice of registration sessions are posted in the Town Hall, Post Office and other 
prominent locations throughout the town. New voters may also register at the Town 
Clerk's office during regular business hours. Questions concerning registration and cen- 
sus may be directed to the To\mi Clerk's office. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Registrars 

Robert S. Pape, Chairman 

Alice G. Daunt 

George L. Marlette, III 

Frances L. Marks, Clerk 



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Board of Assessors 

1987 was an interesting year for the Board of Assessors. 

The Board was saddened by the death of long time member Warren Pratt. We hope 
his unselfish service to the town will serve as an example to others. 

We welcomed new member James Lagrotteria. 

We were the second town on the South Shore to set its tax rate for fiscal 1988. 
Despite this, the town had to borrow money in early October. The Board of Assessors 
feels the town has serious cash flow problems because department expenditures are not 
coordinated with town revenue receipts, because local receipts are over estimated and 
because funds from "other available funds" are over estimated. 

The Board thanks Donald Andrew for his help in setting the tax rate and Dorothy 
Graham for her devoted service to the Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas S. Duggan 

Michael C. Patrolia 

James W. Lagrotteria 



Building Department 

The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1987. 

Building Permits Issued 420 

Building Permit Fees Paid to Treasurer $71 ,738.00 

Estimated Cost of Construction for Permits $9,771 ,003.00 

Building Inspected for Group Occupancy 18 

Group Occupancy Fees Paid to Treasurer $ 905 .00 

Occupancy Permits 37 

Fees for Occupancy Permits $ 820.00 

Plumbing Permits Issued 171 

Plumbing Inspector Paid for Services $ 4,849.00 

Plumbing Fees Paid to Treasurer $ 7,309.00 

Gas Permits Issued 100 

Gas Inspector Paid for Services $ 1 ,456.00 

Gas Fees Paid to Treasurer $ 1,936.00 

Fees Collected for Use of Copy Machine $ 59.93 

Zoning Maps & Bylaws Fees Collected $ 1,403.96 

TOTAL AMOUNT OF FEES COLLECTED $84,171.89 
We have had a busy year. Fees are up over 20^70 from the previous year. 



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I would like to thank all the other Town Boards, Departments and Committees for 
their assistance and cooperation during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donald G. Robbins 
Building Inspector/ Zoning Officer 



Animal Control Department 

During my first nine months as Animal Control Officer for the Town of Cohasset I 
have received a total of 941 calls on a variety of animal related problems and com- 
plaints. A total of 97 dogs were picked up for violation of the towns dog control law. Of 
the 97 dogs, 92 were claimed by their owners, 4 were euthanized, and one was adopted 
by a Cohasset family. 

In 1988 I expect a substantial increase in calls and complaints. Please remember 
that the town does have a dog control law and it is enforced. If you have a question 
about animals or the law, please feel free to call me at 383-0037. 

Thank you, 

William P. Quigley 
Animal Control Officer 



Cable Television Council 

The Cable Television Council is appointed by the Selectmen and meets periodically 
to assure that American Cablesystems complies with the requirements of its contract 
with the Town. We also assist and encourage community members to make full use of 
"public access" to cable television in Cohasset. 

This year, again, has been relatively free of mechanical failures or other technical 
or billing difficulties for subscribers. All complaints made to the company apparently 
have been satisfactorily resolved. 

The rate hike this year concerned the Council. Since our last annual report, federal 
deregulation has freed the company from the necessity of municipal approval for such 
rate changes. We investigated the pattern of rates charged by this and other cable pro- 
viders in the area, and felt that the new rates were reasonably in Une. However, we ob- 
jected to the disproportionately large increase for basic services relative to premium 
services, forcing the basic user to bear more of the burden. 

A major event this year was the unexpected purchase in October of our cable com- 
pany, American Cablesystems, by Continental Cablevision, a larger firm. Currently the 
Town is considering an application for transfer of the control of the final CATV license 
for the Town of Cohasset from American Cablesystems to Continental Cablevision. 
Our council is studying this application so that we may recommend approval or dis- 
approval. The new company in assuming the contracts of American Cablesystems must 
abide by the original agreements. We feel that with careful scrutiny of the transfer con- 
tract the interests of the Town will be protected. Within a month or so at our request 
representatives from Continental Cablevision will meet with our Council, to assure us of 



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their intention to honor all stipulations of the original cable contract. 

Another major event was the request by American Cablesy stems to consoHdate the 
studio and business offices of Cohasset, Hull, and Scituate into one facility in North 
Scituate. After study of the proposal the Council recommended its approval, feehng 
that community television would be stimulated by the longer hours of studio time, in- 
creased assistance from company personnel and better access to more and more 
sophisticated equipment under the new arrangement in North Scituate. The Selectmen 
approved the proposal in December, and the new facilities will be ready sometime 
within the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John Packard 
Chairman 



Capital Budget Committee 



During 1987 the Capital Budget Committee held frequent meetings to consider re- 
quests for Departmental outlays exceeding $10,000. for any given item of capital equip- 
ment. Our recommendations have been discussed orally with the Selectmen, the Ad- 
visory Board and other interested people and have been presented, in writing, to people 
at our Town Meetings. 

The Capital Budget Committee wishes to express its continuing concern about the 
following: 

1. We have been receiving requests for outlays which are very large in the ag- 
gregate. We are Hkely to need a Proposition IVi override if we wish to go 
ahead soon with several of these large projects. 

2. If our Committee is to function efficiently, we need to know of large projects 
at least four years in advance. Often, we do not get more than one year's ad- 
vance notice. 

Respectfully submitted. 

The Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 

Richard Avery 

William Haynes 

Geoffrey Nothnagle 

Kenneth Wilcox 



Cemetery Study Committee 

During 1987 the Committee was organized and began to assess the current situation 
regarding cemetery space in town. An analysis was prepared for the Selectmen, and 
recommendations made for short term solutions. The Committee recommended a 
budget for professional planning. The 1987 Annual Town Meeting approved $2,500 for 
this. 



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The Committee has interviewed six planning and design firms, and three are 
preparing proposals for long term solutions. 

We expect to be prepared for a 1988 town meeting with a final proposal to fulfill 
the town's needs for the next half century. 

Respectfully, 

Glenn A. Pratt, Chairman 

William Ferriter 

Peter Laugelle 



Civil Defense — Emergency Preparedness 

The past year was a relatively quiet period as far as local emergencies were con- 
cerned, although there were periods when weather conditions could have presented 
Cohasset with serious emergency situations. Fortunately, none developed to require 
wide spread action. This is not to say that our Town Departments did not have their 
moments of stress and testing. These conditions were handled well within our own 
Town's systems. 

Due to the work at Town Hall the emergency center at the lower rear is not func- 
tional at this time, but will be established again upon completion of the addition. Mean- 
while, evacuation plans are still in place with the departments geared to assist when 
needed. 

A "Lost Persons" search group is organized and trained for service in our local 
area through the Explorer and Senior Scout membership of the Old Colony Council, 
BSA. 

I compliment all Town Departments and employees for their professionalism and 
dedication to responsibilities regardless of the degree of emergency. 

Respectfully, 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Civil Defense Director 



Conservation Commission 

The requirements for the Conservation Commission are to protect the wetlands of 
the Town. Since Cohasset has so many wetlands, this keeps the Commission very active, 
especially since there is increasing pressure to develop marginal lands. The Commission 
presently meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the Bates 
Building, 43 Elm Street. The Commissioners are also required to make many field visits 
to better understand the problems they have to encounter. 

The responsibihties of the commission are ocean, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams (in- 
cluding buried and culverted ones), marshland (salt or fresh), swamps, wet meadows, 
bogs and anything within 100 feet of them. To help the pubhc better understand what 
conservation is, and the jurisdiction of the Commission under the State Wetlands Pro- 
tection Act, there is a pamphlet which explains briefly the role of the Commission. This 
pamphlet can be picked up at the Building Inspector's Office at the Town hall, the 



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Library, or at our Conservation Commission Office at 43 Elm Street. 

At this time, the Commission wishes to extend its sincere thanks to Laura Doherty 
who worked on the board over 3 years, and had to resign during the year. 

THE COHASSET CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 

Patricia C. Buckley, Vice Chairman 

Austin F. O'Toole 

WiUiam H. Parmenter 

Dean Harrold 

James Cox 

John Bryant 



U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Committee 

During 1987 the Cohasset Constitutional Bicentennial Committee served to co- 
ordinate and initiate the town's participation in nationwide observances of the 200th an- 
niversary of the American Constitution. Drafted and signed in Philadelphia during 
1787, the nation's Constitution embodies highest ideals of liberty under law and is the 
founding document of our Federal Republic. During the past year the Bicentennial 
Committee sponsored and wrote more than a dozen articles relating to the Constitution 
and its Bicentennial for local and area newspapers. It also sponsored a resolution at the 
April Town Meeting designating Thursday, September 17 as Constitution Day in 
Cohasset, thus joining in nationwide observances of the signing of the original docu- 
ment on that day 200 years ago. The Committee assisted other community organiza- 
tions, including the D.A.R., the school system, garden clubs and pubhc Hbrary in mark- 
ing the Bicentennial year. It co-sponsored, with the Historical Society, a guest speaker 
upon the subject of the constitution's origin, and an exhibit of Constitutionrelated 
material at the Society's Maritime Museum. Members of the Committee worked with 
the Town's garden clubs and Town departments in developing Constitution Park at 
Cohsisset Center as part of the nationwide Bicentennial "Living Legacy" program. The 
Committee assisted the Paul Pratt Memorial Library in planning a grant- funded Con- 
stitution Bookshelf. Thursday, September 17, saw special events held as part of Con- 
stitution Day observances. A flag raising ceremony on the Common was attended by 
and participated in by numerous school students. Dedication of Constitution Park was 
attended by several citizens and Town Officials. The Town's churches participated in 
the national bell ringing ceremony, followed by a special carillon concert on the Com- 
mon. A band concert by the South Shore Concert Band was co-sponsored by the Com- 
mittee and the Town's Recreation Department. The Cohasset Constitution Bicentennial 
Committee would like to thank the many citizens and organizations, and the Town 
departments who participated in the year's observances of our nation's Constitution 
Bicentennial. 

Respectfully submitted, 
for the Committee, 

David H. Wadsworth, Chairman 



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Cultural Exchange Committee 

During 1987 the Committee has continued to foster the tenets of friendship and 
understanding between Cohasset and our sister city, Souppes-Sur-Loing. 

In April we had a slide and lecture presentation at the Jr. High School to acquaint 
the students with the town of Souppes. This was followed up with a month long display 
in the main hall at the high school. 

During the summer the Committee arranged the placement of thirteen French 
students in Cohasset for an approximate three week stay and seven of Cohasset' s 
younger citizens were graciously accommodated in homes in Souppes. 

In response to the death of Major Thomas Churchill in April, the citizens of 
Souppes had a memorial stone made from their quarries and shipped to Cohasset. This 
stone was dedicated on November 15 at a ceremony attended by Selectmen and Com- 
mittee members and is permanently placed on Major Churchill's gravesite at Woodside 
Cemetery. 

Several town wide greeting scrolls from our school children and an official adult 
one were sent and happily received by the people of Souppes. 

The Committee is also attempting to foster the redevelopment of the high school 
French Club as another means to enhance the comprehension of our students. 

As we end this year, our continued goal is to extend the experience of our sister 
city, Souppes, to everyone in every age group in Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. C. Jenkins, Chairman 

Elizabeth Warren 

Rosette Greco 

Joanne Chittick 

Carolyn Contis 

John Dean 

Mia Dean 

Mary Lou Lawrence 

John Lennon 

Mildred Mitman 

Ann Moore 

Paul Narkiewicz 

Diana Rousseau 

Kathleen St. Onge 

Eloise Welz 






Fair Housing Committee 



The Fair Housing Committee continues to meet on a monthly basis. We have 
begun to envision a housing plan for the Town of Cohasset and look forward to the 
Town's hiring of a consultant to help with strategic planning using grant money from 
the Executive Office of Communities and Development. 

We have identified our task as a Committee as four-fold. First, it is to promote af- 
fordable housing in the Town of Cohasset. Secondly, it is to educate around the issue of 
fair and affordable housing. Third, our task is to ensure minority accessibility to hous- 



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ing, and when low and moderate income housing is available, to assist in achieving a 
balance in occupancy between those in need of affordable housing in Cohasset and 
minorities. Finally, it is our task to assure that discrimination does not take place in the 
buying and selling of houses and to support minority residents in the face of discrimina- 
tion when it occurs. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Fair Housing Committee 

The Rev. E. Clifford Cutler, Chair Frederick Koed 

Daniel Cotton JoAnne Nawn 

Barbara Froio Patrick Plante 

James Gallagher Blanche Thompson 
Leo Happenny 



Council on Aging 



1987 continued to be a year of growth and progress for the Council on Aging in the 
development of program and services to meet the varied needs of Cohasset' s Older 
population. 

In January, 1987 the council formed a transportation Consortium between the par- 
ticipating towns of Cohasset, Nor well and Scituate. The overall goal was to provide 
handicapped and extremely frail residents with affordable transportation to medical ap- 
pointments, nutrition site. Senior Center programs, and other social, recreational, 
educational activities. 

The Executive Office of Elder Affairs awarded us two grants. One in the amount of 
$13,000 to Contract with "S.S.C.O.O.T"— South Shore Coordinated Transportation, 
Inc. from Norwell to provide service to our "transportation disabled" population. 

Our new "Outreach Program" which started in November 1987 was also funded 
through a grant from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. Through this program, we 
have hired a Specialized Outreach Worker to help identify those in need of Handi- 
capped transportation and other services now being offered by the Council. Karen Cor- 
coran has done an excellent job in carrying out the duties and has established a linkage 
between the Council on Aging, Social Service Programs, transportation and the Seniors 
themselves. 

Our own transportation program continues to be a high priority need and the usage 
of the "Senior Shuttle" has increased greatly over the last year. We are now providing 
transportation to ninety (90) individuals and have made over 3,000 one-way trips in 
1987. Transportation is provided six (6) days a week for local medical appointments, 
lunches, church, shopping and recreation to anyone in need of a ride. 

In September, the Council instituted the SHINE Program (Serving Health Infor- 
mation of Elders.) Shine is a volunteer network of trained health counselors which pro- 
vides information about Medex, Medicare, long term care insurance, and other health 
insurance problems facing elders. Cohasset has been named as the Consortium Leader 
for the South Shore Area. 

Our varied programming at the Senior Center continues to be our most successful 
tool in attracting new seniors. Particularly gratifying were the international exchange 
held with the high school students and Senior participants. 

The Council continues to provide legal and health clinics, tax assistance in coopera- 



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tion with A.A.R.P., monthly Newsletter — The Vista, and information and referral ser- 
vices, fuel assistance. Hot Lunches on Tuesdays, distribution of surplus food in 
cooperation with the Social Service League and the Meals on Wheels program, serving 
2500 meals per year, is supervised by volunteers from the Social Service League. 

The Council on Aging, with the support of the newly renovated addition to the 
Cohasset Community Center started in December, the first of its kind. 

We began Physical Fitness Programs for Physically challenged adults. In 1988 it is 
hoped that this class will meet a two fold purpose by increasing socialization as well as 
opening a new avenue to physical exercise and recreation to special needs. 

A recognition luncheon was held in December to give recognition to all volunteers 
who give of their time to serve the Seniors. Special thanks to Dan Leahy of Kimball's By 
the Sea, for the wonderful and generous luncheon. We owe a great deal of thanks to all 
who made our last year a great success. 

And finally, we are deeply appreciative of the support and dedication of our board, 
staff, of other Town departments and their employees and the residents of the town as 
we continue to meet the many challenges to support the independence of an ever- 
increasing population of Elder people. 

Helen Barbery 

Dorothea Bjorkgren 

Mary Donovan 

Betty Enders 

Anthony Finegan 

Jane Hamilton 

Gerard Keating 

Charlotte LeLand 

Katherine McGrath 

Edward Mulvey 

Rev. John J. Keohane, Chairman 

Karen Corcoran, Outreach Worker 

Kathy Bryanton, Senior Center Director 



Government Island Study Committee 

This entirely volunteer Committee was established by the residents of Cohasset in 
1946. The Committee has no budget. It is made up of seven community minded 
members whose main interest is the Town and the preservation of one of the Town's 
Historical landmarks — Government Island. The Committee makes recommendations to 
the Board of Selectmen who, in turn, will accept or reject the proposals. You, the voter, 
have the ability in many cases to vote these expenditures at the Town Meeting. 

During 1987 we held two meetings to discuss: 

1 . The condition of the Island and possible improvements. 

2. A joint meeting with the Historical Commission to discuss Minots 
Light — its overhaul and the disposition and use of items removed. 

A proposal for the use of the granite blocks and the historical light mechanism 
which have been removed has been sent to the Coast Guard who has control over 
lighthouses. 

We feel that Government Island is one of the Town's greatest assets historically. 



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commercially and recreationally. We want it to be used, appreciated and loved by 
all — townspeople and visitors. 

Again I want to thank the Committee members for their interest and support. As I 
have said over and over again this is a volunteer group and it takes a certain type of in- 
dividual to take on a responsibility of this magnitude. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Vivian McCormack, Secretary 

Richard P. Barrow 

Robert W. Davenport 

Edward J. Figueiredo 

Noel A. Ripley 

Harry H. Ritter 



Harbor Department 



The Summer of 1987 saw the retirement of Harry Ritter and the appointment of 
Steven Osborne as Harbormaster. My sincerest thanks to Harry and his staff for pro- 
viding a smooth transition and allowing time for what must have seemed like endless 
questions. Best of luck to him in his retirement. 

According to the reports received this summer, vandalism and theft were at a 
minimum. However, numerous failures of mooring tackle were encountered. A 
reminder to all mooring owners that your mooring will be inspected, for your protection 
as well as your neighbors. A sound mooring and tackle is your best insurance. 

As for the problem of boats anchored in the channel, I have not yet found a solu- 
tion, but strict enforcement kept the channel navigable at most times. A No Wake, 
Swimming and Waterskiing sign was posted and strictly enforced. This will be repeated 
next summer. 

A new concrete float was ordered this year and will be in use by March of 1988. It 
will be stationed at Lawrence Wharf. This should alleviate some of the small boat con- 
gestion prevalent on the weekends, as well as provide some needed tender/dinghy tie 
space. 

The Town has received a grant for maintenance dredging and as soon as possible, 
the permitting process will begin. This is a lengthy, detailed and exact procedure of get- 
ting our channel back to normal draft and width, without any adverse environmental 
impacts. 

Lastly, I wish to extend my personal thanks to my crew in the Harbor Department, 
all the Town Departments and to the many people who gave their help and guidance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Steven E. Osborne 
Harbormaster 



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Harbor Committee 

During 1987, the Harbor Committee continued to investigate and make recommen- 
dations to increase safe utilization of the harbor for all interests and provide for fair and 
effective administration. Several of the more significant items were: 

We presented to the Board of Selectmen our proposal for the town to build and 
operate a 72 sUp marina in the harbor as we concluded that the town would gain signifi- 
cant benefits from the project. We were greatly disappointed that the board in effect re- 
jected our proposal and prevented the committee from seeking the necessary approvals 
from the other town boards and ultimately presenting a completed proposal to the town 
for its consideration. 

We have recommended a dinghy tie-up fee of $10 be charged for those who wish to 
regularly tie-up their dinghies at town floats primarily to reheve congestion, to provide 
space for people who wish to use them and to help defray some of the expenses for the 
town to provide and maintain those floats. 

Our new Harbormaster, Steven Osborne, came aboard and was instrumental in 
having a number of our recommendations acted on along with taking positive steps to 
provide for fair and effective administration of the harbor. 

Steve built and installed the long awaited speed limit sign at the entrance to the 
channel to greatly improve safety in that area. 

A survey and a grid plan for the harbor has been prepared which will become essen- 
tial when the harbor is to be dredged. It will also help in repositioning moorings to make 
more effective and safe use of our harbor. 

The town will shortly have a commitment from the State to have some maintenance 
dredging done, hopefully this year. The details of which areas are to be dredged and 
when have not yet been established. The committee expects to fully assist the Harbor- 
master in this important project. 

On our advice and recommendation to the Harbormaster, the town has ordered a 
new concrete float for use at Lawrence Wharf. It will be ready and in position by early 
spring. We have also recommended that the other town docks be fully inspected and a 
plan be developed this year to provide for minor repairs or replacement as necessary. 

We have urged that all moorings must be inspected every five years per the town 
bylaw and the Harbormaster has already notified mooring owners that 20 percent shall 
be done each year with him doing the inspection and the owner responsible for hauling 
and any service required to comply with the harbor regulations and bylaws. 

The Committee is currently reviewing the harbor bylaws and regulations with the 
aim of recommending changes as required to provide for fairer and more effective ad- 
ministration of the harbor. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fritz Pfaffmann, Chairman 

Peter Wood, Secretary 

Steven Osborne, Harbormaster 

Paul Carlson 

Lorren Gibbons 

Mary Muncey 

Jack Silvia, Jr. 



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Board of Health 

In 1987 Dr. C. Michael Bliss who had been on the Board of Health since 1980 chose 
not to run for re-election. William E. Baird, P.E., was elected in April. During the 
Board's reorganization, Dr. John M. Burns was elected Chairman and Sharon Becker 
as Clerk. Dr. Joseph R. Godzik continued as Health Agent and Carol Oteri as Ad- 
ministrative Assistant. 

The municipal landfill continues to be operated by the Board of Health. A signifi- 
cant increase in the amount of rubbish coming into the landfill has been noted. Due to 
the increase in wind blown litter the Board adopted a regulation requiring trash to be 
bagged for disposal. A topographic survey is to be completed in early 1988, and an 
estimate of the remaining lifespan of the facility will be made. The Town received a 
Penalty Assessment Notice from the Department of Environmental Quality Engineer- 
ing, fining the Town $3,360 for alleged violations of the state landfill regulations. This 
penalty was appealed. Leachate coming to the ground surface continued to be a prob- 
lem. In December 1987 a request for proposals was made for study of the hydrogeology 
of the landfill area and provide a plan for leachate control, collection and disposal. 

Recychng efforts at the landfill remain in full force and the newspaper recycling 
problem experienced in the past has been corrected by having two bins on site at all 
times. This should eliminate all newspaper from being landfiUed and save a considerable 
amount of space and money. Glass and aluminum also continue to be recycled. Leaves 
and grass cuttings are composted. The composted material is available free of charge to 
all citizens for their yards and gardens. As landfiUing costs continue to climb, com- 
posting and recycling become more important in the overall scheme of waste removal. 
All citizens are urged to recycle and the efforts of those residents who do are greatly ap- 
preciated. 

Hearings on the amended site assignment for Cohasset Heights, Ltd. (CHL) Land- 
fill continued during 1987. The Board commissioned Camp, Dresser and McKee to per- 
form certain hydrogeologic studies relative to ground and surface water flows in the 
vicinity of CHL and to conduct a geophysical survey. In addition, HMM Associates, 
Inc. was hired to perform an assessment of damage to wetlands bordering the CHL site. 
Enforcement actions under the Hazardous Materials Bylaw were undertaken in 1987. 
These actions resulted in more accurate data regarding underground storage tanks, 
testing of these tanks and removal of abandoned tanks. 

The Board adopted new Septic System Slope Setback Requirements as part of its 
Supplemental Regulations to 310 CMR 15.00, Title V State Environmental Code for 
disposal of sanitary sewage. 

All of Cohasset shellfishing areas remain closed due to continued high bacteria 
counts. The sources of these bacteria are still not known. Bacteria counts fluctuate 
widely from location to location taken at various times, making it difficult to pinpoint 
sources of pollution. 

A Health Fair was conducted in May in conjunction with the Social Service League 
and the Council on Aging. Activities ranged from blood chemistry, hearing testing and 
glaucoma screening to nutrition counseling and displays for medical equipment and 
health related services available in the Cohasset area. This now annual affair attracted a 
significant increase in attendees. In addition, during AIDS Awareness Week from Oc- 
tober 4 to 1 1 , the Board of Heahh and the Social Service League sponsored an educa- 
tional program for citizens of Cohasset and surrounding communities. Approximately 
eight persons attended this extremely informative presentation. 

The Board holds memberships in both the Massachusetts Association of Health 



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Boards and the Massachusetts Health Officer Association. 

SUMMARY OF REVENUE COLLECTED & INCOME PRODUCED 



Municipal Landfill 

Private Landfill 

Engineering Fees 

Recycling 

Copies 

All others (Licenses, Permits, Fees, 

Percolation Tests, etc.) 
TOTAL 



1986 


1987 


$22,965.50 


$20,149.50 


23,925.50 


31,851.00 


2,055.00 


700.00 


385.60 




285.29 


156.10 


14,395.00 


16,912.37 


64,011.89 


69,768.97 



Respectfully submitted, 

Dr. John M. Burns, Chairman 

William E. Baird, Member of the Board 

Sharon Becker, Clerk 



Cohasset Housing Authority 

The Cohasset Housing Authority is a state funded authority and it administers the 
housing complex for the elderly. The complex is comprised of sixty-four units, four of 
which are set aside for the handicapped and the remaining sixty for the elderly. In 1987 
we operated at full capacity. The Authority is not a self-sufficient entity and each year 
we receive funds from the State Office of Communities and Development for the 
maintenance and routine repair of the complex. 

This year we are involved with the second phase of the modernization program 
which will continue to improve the appearance of the complex. In December part of the 
Phase III application was approved. 

In October the State Office of Communities and Development approved the ap- 
plication for Chapter #689 for people with special needs. The funds will be used to 
develop two shared apartments for eight adults and will be in conjunction with the 
Department of Mental Retardation. 

State appointee Leo Happenny's term expired and Frederick Koed was appointed 
to this position. 

We wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the Visiting Nurse 
Association, Homemakers, Social Service League, Senior Center and to all town 
organizations and individuals who have contributed their support throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John D. Muncey, Chairman 

Ralph Perroncello, Vice Chairman 

Kathleen M. Conte, Treasurer 

Stephen Wigmore, Assistant Treasurer 

Frederick E. Koed, Assistant Secretary 



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Highway Department 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

The following is my report for the year 1987: 

During the months of January, February and March we concentrated our efforts 
on snow removal and ice control. Once again, I feel we can all be proud of the job the 
men in my Department and the hired contractors have done in keeping our streets safe 
during the winter months. Cohasset is indeed one of the safest towns for travel after a 
snow storm; and, for that, we can thank these conscientious workers. 

With any break in the weather, my Department worked on the repair and/or 
replacement of catch basins and connecting pipes. In all, Thirty (30) basins were 
repaired and two (2) new basins and one (1) new manhole were installed. Fifty- five feet 
of aluminum pipe was installed to complete these projects. 

During 1987 my Department also did extensive cleaning of brooks and streams on 
Atlantic Avenue, Peppermint Brook, and Tupelo Rd., with a hydraulic excavator. 

Once the good weather arrived, we started our program of road sweeping. Every 
street was swept and cleaned of the build-up of sand and general winter debris. During 
the following months the sweeper was out frequently, keeping the streets clean. 

The Highway Department was also active in resurfacing roads in 1987. With money 
entirely from state grants a total of 3,000 tons of asphalt was used to resurface 
Jerusalem Rd., Nichols Rd., and a section of South Main St. The Department also 
resurfaced 3000 feet of sidewalk. 

During the year my men also painted all fences and replaced or repaired signs 
where needed. 

In closing, I would Uke to extend special thanks to my men. A special thanks to 
Stephen Wigmore of the Wire Department, Ben Curley of the Water Department, and 
Peter Laugelle of the Tree & Park Department for their continued support and coopera- 
tion. 

Respectfully yours, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 



Historical Commission 

We are pleased to report that the Captain's Walk has been used by many in- 
dividuals and groups of people and has had favorable comments. A number of tours of 
Cohasset Harbor have been centered around the walk. The Captain's Walk depicts the 
harbor as it was one hundred years ago when it was the center of trade and commerce 
for the town. Cohasset was the fourth busiest fishing port in Massachusetts. 

The Historical Commission once again came to the rescue of the town clock in the 
steeple of the First Parish Church. The "time" weight became unattached and caused 
severe damage to the gearing, bushings and pivots. It is now in operation again and 
keeping good time. The Historical Commission supervised the overhaul of the clock and 
replacing of the four dials, ten years ago. The rebuilding of the clock was a joint venture 
between the Commission and the South Shore Vocational School. 

We have a very interesting challenge concerning the granite blocks from the top of 



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inots Ledge Light House. We are exploring the possibihty of reconstructing the top 
section of the structure on Government Island. This would consist of the top four 
courses of stones, the lantern room and the roof. It would be a very close dupHcation of 
how the top of the lighthouse actually appears. The stonework at the top of the 
lighthouse is being replaced with new blocks and the old stones will become available to 
an organization which will display and preserve them. We hope we will be able to make 
a display area which will give the pubHc a close up view of the lighthouse. 

We welcome the pubhc to our meetings and invite public participation. Our regular 
meetings are posted in the Town Hall and are held the second Monday of each month. 
We are interested in worthwhile new projects that help to preserve and display aspects 
of the town's flavor and history. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel Ripley, Chairman 

David Wads worth. Secretary 

Patricia Murphy 

Grace Tuckerman 

Herman Maynard 

Daniel Young 



Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

The Board of Library Trustees met at least monthly to plan and expend the 
operating budget and the capital improvement budget; to oversee maintenance of the 
building and its contents; to manage personnel; to review library pohcies and services; 
to oversee implementation of our membership in the sixteen town Old Colony Library 
Network; and to conduct relations with agencies of town, state and federal government. 
The Board received and reviewed a new handbook, "Massachusetts Library Trustees 
Handbook," prepared by the Massachusetts Library Trustees Association and the 
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. 

In October, three trustees attended the annual meeting of the Massachusetts 
Library Trustees Association and brought to the Board several valuable ideas from the 
workshops. 

John McNabb resigned from the Board in January, having served since April, 
1984. The position was filled by Town election in April by Edward T. Atkinson. 

This has been an exceptional year for bequests and endowments to the Library. 
From its beginning in 1879, the Library has depended on endowments to provide 
substantial, continuing income for library services. Additions to Library trust funds in 
1987 exceed the previous total acquired over the past 100 years. 

Nantasket Library, a private library in North Cohasset, closed its doors in 1983. 
With approval of the Supreme Judicial Court, its assets were distributed equally to 
Cohasset, Hingham and Hull, for library purposes. Cohasset Town Meeting voted in 
April 1987 to accept this gift of $34,879.59 to be known as ''The Nantasket Library 
Memorial Fund," and to be managed by the Library Trustees. 

In August, the Trustees received a bequest of $22,541.61 from the WilHam R. May 
Trust, which is designated the "Herbert Tilden Stoddard Fund," with income to be 
used for books and the general purposes of the Library. 

In December, the Trustees received an endowment of $26,156.56 from Richard S. 



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Chute and Esther C. Williams in memory of their mother, Ruth Sears Chute. Income 
from the fund will be used for the purchase of books to be inscribed in her memory. 

The Trustees applied for, and received, $500 from the National Endowment for the 
Humanities to purchase materials in commemoration of the Bicentennial of the U.S. 
Constitution. Matching funds for this project were donated by: Cohasset Savings 
Bank, Friends of the Cohasset Library, Jack Conway & Co., Cohasset Chamber of 
Commerce, Hansman McAvoy & Co., and Hagerty Co. 

Other gifts for which the Trustees have expressed the Town's gratitude: 

The Cohasset Amateur Gardener's Club generously furnished, 

planted and cared for new plants in front of the Library. 

Merlyn Corcoran devoted many volunteer hours to reupholster three 

large soft chairs in the Children's Room. The Friends of the Library 
purchased the fabric. 

45 volunteers gave over 2,200 hours in office and front desk tasks. 

12 volunteers gave over 100 hours in the children's department, of- 
fering storytelling, art exhibits, and other services. 

The Friends of the Cohasset Library raised and spent more than 

$4,500 for Library services, including family passes to New England 
Aquarium, Children's Museum, Science Museum, Museum of Fine 
Arts, Plimoth Plantation; books; equipment; and the children's 
summer reading incentive awards and party. 

A dozen other organizations and individuals gave books to the 

Library, most of them in memory of individuals. 

The library staff issued nearly 300 loans per open day. This number, and those in 
the chart below, only partly describe staff activities, which include: serving 250 users a 
day by phone and in person; assisting users to find information and materials for use in 
the Library as well as to borrow for use at home; following up on 100 requests a week 
for information or books not immediately available; selecting, ordering, receiving, 
cataloging and processing about 300 new books and 200 magazines each month. 

Development and Use of the Collections July 1986 — June 1987 









Total 


Loans for 




Purchased Withdrawn 


Holdings 


Home Use 


Adult nonfiction 


1,632 


1,645 


26,506 


19,345 


Adult fiction 


982 


958 


9,847 


27,121 


Children's books 


805 


792 


14,008 


27,180 


Audiovisual materials— Adult 


4 


14 


967 


214 


Audiovisual materials— Children 


106 


43 


810 


871 


Periodical subscriptions 






200 


9,523 


Museum memberships 






6 


476 


Films from the Regional Library System 






36 


Audiovisual equipment 






8 


48 


TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 








84,814 



During 1987, 340 adults and 135 children registered as new borrowers. Of these, 
109 live in other towns. 

Barbara Power 

Chairman 

Board of Library Trustees 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Cohasset is a valued member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), 
the regional planning agency for one hundred and one cities and towns in the greater 
Boston region. The Council provides planning services in the areas of land use, 
economic development, housing, transportation and environmental quahty to Cohasset 
and other member communities. 

In 1987 Cohasset received MAPC assistance with the South Shore Regional Water 
Supply Protection Study, including recommendations for further protection and map- 
ping of the Town's water resources, aquifers, watersheds and potential contaminants. 
Cohasset also received MAPC advice on South Shore transportation initiatives, and 
MAPC helped to lobby for more parking at Red Line Stations through the South Shore 
Transportation Task Force. Through MAPC's partnership with the Massachusetts 
Coastal Zone Management, the Town's Conservation Commission members received 
advice and opportunities to attend forumS on local Wetlands Protection Act enforce- 
ment. 

As a member of the South Shore Coalition (SSC), the Town received MAPC's help 
on projects including the South Shore Waste Management Task Force; the SSC Sohd 
Waste Seminar and shde show for local officials investigating ways to implement a 
subregional solid waste plan; an SSC-sponsored public hearing on MWRA plans for 
siting a new sewer outfall pipeline; the creation of a South Shore professional planning 
group, organized to support local and subregional planning; publication of The South 
Shore: A Statistical Portrait, an update of population, land use, housing, solid waste 
and water issues; and the creation of a South Shore Affordable Housing Task Force. 

Several other regional projects were produced by the Council for Cohasset and 
neighboring communities to promote sound planning activities. These projects included 
several how-to-manuals, such as The Catalog of techniques for Preserving Housing Af- 
fordability, a compilation of methods that towns may consider implementing to 
preserve affordable housing stock; and The Growth Management Catalog, an easy-to- 
use reference book that describes more than forty techniques, regulations, programs 
and services for managing growth. 

The Council also compiled and developed the MAPC 1987 Sites Survey Update, 
which is a complete, current listing of vacant commercial and industrial sites in the 
MAPC region. The survey is a useful planning tool for anticipating or promoting loca- 
tions for new development. 

Several transportation projects were also completed by MAPC to help Cohasset 
and other communities address local traffic concerns. MAPC's Pavement Management 
Forecasting Model software was created to help highway superintendents improve 
methods for analyzing road reconstruction and maintenance needs in order to more ef- 
ficiently plan and expend local roadway budgets. 

Other Council functions include review and comment on projects and programs af- 
fecting the region, publications, forums and legislative initiatives to facilitate better 
planning. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Martha Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative 



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Plymouth County 
Mosquito Control Project 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are pleased 
to submit the following report of our activities during 1987. 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957, and is now 
composed of twenty-two Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and the Town 
of Cohasset in Norfolk County. The Project is a regional response to a regional prob- 
lem and provides a way of organizing speciahzed equipment, specially trained 
employees, and mosquito control professionals into a single agency with a broad 
geographical area of responsibility. 

This year there has been increased public fear concerning the possibihty of mos- 
quito transmitted AIDS. To date, however, there has been absolutely no scientific 
evidence to suggest that mosquitoes are in any way responsible for the transmission of 
AIDS Virus. 

One of the few viruses that can be transmitted by mosquitoes is the one causing 
Eastern Equine Encephalitis. The threat of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) was low 
in 1987. Populations of mammal- feeding mosquitoes were at very low levels when field 
samples of bird- feeding mosquitoes turned up evidence of the virus. Had populations of 
mosquitoes capable of moving the virus to humans been higher, additional spraying 
would have been initiated. As expected, no horse or human cases occurred. The recur- 
ring possibility of EEE in Southeastern Massachusetts continues to insure increasing 
levels of cooperation between this Project and the Massachusetts Department of Public 
Health. 

Overall, 1987 was another year of improvement and progress. Of primary impor- 
tance was our water management work. A record number of mosquito producing areas 
were altered, and will no longer require spraying for larvae, other improvements in- 
cluded reduction in the overall complaint response time, and the initiation of a 
systematic, county wide trapping program to monitor changes in mosquito populations. 
All of these accomplishments helped strengthen our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) 
program. 

The figures specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. While mosquitoes do 
not respect town lines, the information given below does provide a tally of the activities 
which have had the greatest impact on the health and comfort of Cohasset residents. 

1. Insect Application. 3,936 acres were treated using truck mounted sprayers for 
control of adult mosquitoes. More than one application was made to the same site if 
mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were made in May and the last in 
September. The average complaint response time was three days. 

2. Mosquito Survey. A systematic sampling of the mosquitoes in Cohasset in- 
dicates that Aedes abserratus was the most abundant species. Other important species 
collected included Coquillettidia pert ur bans and Aedes canator. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information 
about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other matters of 
concern. 



133 — 



Personnel Report 

In the Fall of 1985, town meeting voted to hire consultants for the development of 
a job performance review process for those employees subject to the classification and 
compensation plan. Caleb Marsh and Associates, Inc., Hingham, Ma., the same con- 
sultants who conducted the compensation study, gave three half-day training sessions 
for Department Heads on the development and implementation of the performance 
review system. By the Fall of 1986, a system for evaluating employee job performance 
by supervisors or department heads was in place. 

Commencing July 1, 1987, the Personnel Committee initiated the requirement that 
all employee step-raise requests be accompanied by a satisfactory job performance 
review. Subsequently, Town Counsel issued a ruling declaring this requirement within 
the purview of the Committee. 

Reviewing job performance evaluations assures us, on behalf of the town, that all 
employees are evaluated yearly with the use of an identical and consistent method. Fur- 
ther, it guarantees that those employees deserving a step-increase are granted one. 

We wish to thank town departments for their cooperation during the past year. 

John Brady 

Joan Brown 

William Good 

Charles Douglas, Vice-Chairman 

Jan Daggett, Chairman 



Planning Board 



The Cohasset Planning board, under the authority granted to it by Massachusetts 
General laws Chapter 40A, Chapter 41 and the Cohasset Zoning Bylaws fulfilled the 
following responsibilities in 1987: 

* Reviewed 20 sub-divisions not requiring approvals. 

* Reviewed for initial consideration or final approval five Site Plans for 
the Highway Business, Light Industry and Downtown Business 
Districts. 

* Reviewed for initial consideration or final approval, five subdivisions. 

* Continued monitoring of approved Cluster Developments. 

* Proposed for inclusion in the Zoning Bylaws the following change: 

* Changes in the Bylaw with regard to non-conformance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert H. Sturdy, Chairperson 

John F. O'Toole 

Daniel C. Cotton 

Patrick A. Plante 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr. 



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Police Department 

I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Pohce Department. This report 
includes activities and statistical data from January 1, 1987 through December 31, 1987. 

Respect fuly submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 
Cohasset Police Department 

ANNUAL REPORT 
COHASSET POLICE DEPARTMENT 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1987 STATISTICS 

Offense Reported 

Assaults 15 

Breaking & Entering 18 

B & E or Larceny from M/V 15 

Larceny 61 

Larceny of M/V 6 

VandaUsm/Malicious Destruction of Property 120 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 208 

Traffic Citations Issued 1,833 

Residential & Business Alarms Answered 757 

Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered 3 

Bicycles Registered 15 

Official Complaints Received 3,536 

Department Vehicles — Patrol Mileage 158,756 

Special Details 693 



RECORD OF ARRESTS 

Offense 

Abuse Petition 

Assault & Battery/DW 

Assault & Battery/PO 

Breaking & Entering 

Breaking & Entering M/V 

CHINS 

Larceny 

Larceny M/V 

Minor in Possession of Alcohol 

Motor Vehicle Violations 

Narcotic Violations 

Operating Under Influence 

Possession Short Lobsters 

Procuring alcohol/minor 

Protective Custody 

Trespassing 

Warrants 



Male 


Female 


1 




1 


1 


3 




1 


1 


2 






1 


2 


1 


1 




21 


9 








1 


18 


1 










20 


2 




2 


33 


6 




Total Arrests— 145 



135 — 



FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court Fines and Assessments $12,055.00 

Parking Violations 12,090.00 

Extra Pay Detail Surcharge 5,597.65 

Insurance Recovery 1 ,816.04 

License Fees 605.50 

Requests for Police Reports 885.00 

Restitution 145.00 

Miscellaneous 194.50 

$33,388.69 



Wire Department 

I herewith submit the annual report of the Wire Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1987: 

FIRE ALARM AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Some three thousand feet of new alarm wire was installed this past year due to 
many pole changeovers, new installation of alarm boxes, replacement of old wire and 
the rerouting of two fire alarm circuits. There were three new master boxes added to the 
system and two alarm cases replaced due to pole knockdowns. 

All boxes were painted and tested. Traffic lights were kept in good working condi- 
tion. All school zone lights had new time clocks and flasher units installed in them. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors was inspected by the Wire Depart- 
ment, and all permits and fees were recorded and turned over to the Town Treasurer. 
Inspections were up over last year due to new construction and remodeling. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work and repairs to Town-owned buildings and properties were I 
handled by this department. 

I wish to thank all the department heads for their cooperation with the Wire 
Department and to the men who worked with me this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore 
Superintendent of Wires 



136- 



Report of the Town Treasurer 

July 1, 1986 through June 30, 1987 

BALANCE IN TREASURY July 1 , 1 986 $ 1 ,859,059.78 

Received from Collector of Taxes 8,220,892.32 

Received from Town Collector 87,524.70 

Received from Other Sources 6,137,887.58 

TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL 1987 + 14,446,304.60 

PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 98-101 

Nos. 1-54 - 14,468,113.45 

BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1987 $ 1,837,250.93 

DEPOSITORIES 

Name of Bank June 30, 1987 Balances 

Arlington Trust Company 313,506.07 

Bank of Boston 271 ,620.75 

Bank of New England 221,366.38 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust 351,943.61 

Boston Safe Deposit & Trust, Highway 72,077.42 

Century Bank & Trust Co. 213,961.54 

Lincoln Trust Company, Parking Violation 7,552.55 

Norfolk County Trust, BayBank 42,197.79 

Rockland Trust Company 198,637.40 

Shawmut Bank of Boston 2,67 1 .01 

South Shore Bank 50,250.30 

State Street Bank and Trust 91,316.1 1 

Cash in Drawer 150.00 

TOTAL DEPOSITORIES $1 ,837,250.93 



Certificates of Deposit $500,000.00 

Capitol Bank $300,000.00 Matured 7/ 1 3/87 

Pioneer Financial 100,000.00 Matured 8/20/87 

U.S. Trust 100,000.00 Matured 7/27/87 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



137 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1987 
(Includes Town and School Employees) 



SELECTMEN: 




Charles Stover 


148.07 


Janet M. Chalke 


21,663.28 


Grace R. Tuckerman 


127.10 


Alba M. Crossen 


485.00 


ACCOUNTANT: 




Marion L. Douglas 


22.50 


Linda M. Litchfield 


443.52 


John L. Kornet 


82.46 


Mary J. Matthews 


6,999.98 


Linda Sadler 


460.00 


EHzabeth M. McGuire 


1,195.40 


Ellen B. Winn 


11,668.07 


Jacquelyn R. McGuire 


648.45 


EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: 




Nancy Ann Noonan 


16,311.17 


Donald R. Andrew 


37,337.64 


Renee S. Summers 


1,?,?,?,.76 


SELEC IMEN/MONTHLY: 




Jo-Ann M. Whittemore 


16,191.20 


James Gallagher 


1,000.00 


ASSESSORS: 




Martha K. Gjesteby 


721.48 


Dorothy V. Graham 


16,386.34 


Rocco Laugelle 


1,359.59 


Sandra J. Murray 


8,739.50 


Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 


200.00 


Janice Rosano 


2,808.96 


David R. Marks, Jr. 


250.00 


ASSESSORS/MONTHLY: 




Clifford Mitman, Jr. 


1,000.00 


Thomas S. Duggan 


1,300.00 


Burtram Pratt 


721.48 


James W. Lagrotteria 


866.00 


William P. Quigley 


2,331.74 


Michael C. Patrolia 


1,200.00 


Diane C. Sullivan 


416.10 


Warren S. Pratt 


206.66 


WilUam D. Weeks 


125.00 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR: 




Richard Yocum 


374.50 


Marion Bailey 


355.84 


ELECTIONS: 




Chartis B. Langmaid 


5,335.47 


Geraldine E. Ainslie 


50.00 


Sally A. Lincoln 


15,964.20 


Lot E. Bates 


40.20 


Elizabeth B. Ripley 


28,107.85 


Raymond G. Buckley 


40.00 


Nancy Snowdale 


17,413.00 


Alice Daunt 


326.00 


TOWN CLERK: 




Marion Douglas 


179.16 


Marion L. Douglas 


5,140.04 


Mary A. Fiori 


40.20 


Constance S. Jones 


10,697.79 


Louise Flint 


46.90 


Frances L. Marks 


23,333.08 


Ronald Goodwin 


41.76 


Janice M. Rosano 


640.74 


Mary N. Grassie 


100.76 


ZONING BOARD OF APPEATS: 


Margaret Hernan 


145.48 


Janice M. Rosano 


2,182.60 


Constance Jones 


568.77 


PLANNING BOARD: 




Thomas Jones 


148.52 


Nanci C. Gushing 


5,715.96 


T. Gerard Keating 


40.00 


Ingrid C. Handrahan 


1,000.95 


Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 


46.90 


TOWN HALL: 




Ann E. Leonard 


40.20 


John Cone 


175.00 


Katherine M. Lincoln 


40.20 


Pauline J. Litchfield 


17,532.94 


Pauline J. Litchfield 


237.00 


POLICE DEPARTMENT: 




Janet MacLure 


72.03 


Richard B. Abbadessa 


27,225.08 


Frances L. Marks 


329.00 


Lawrence D, Ainslie, Jr. 


32,600.41 


George Marlette II 


126.80 


EUena Andrews 


18.00 


Jeanne McAuliffe 


40.20 


Richard P. Barrow 


36,113.05 


Jacquelyn R. McGuire 


1,206.00 


Brian Cogill 


34,382.61 


Maria R. Pape 


40.20 


David C. Cogill 


35,470.47 


Robert S. Pape 


392.90 


Carmelo Conte 


30,597.72 


Burtram J. Pratt 


197.58 


John C. Conte 


35,722.56 


Ruth F. Pratt 


40.20 


Frederick H. Grassie, Jr. 


32,704.00 


Kathleen M. Rhodes 


145.48 


Maureen F. Healy 


30,919.35 


Janice M. Rosano 


5,567.67 


Angela D.Invernizzi 


18.00 


Jean M. Salvador 


40.20 


Robert W. Jackson 


36,817.97 


Kevin Soule 


146.30 


CUfton B. Jones 


33,905.96 



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Michelina P. Joubert 


56.95 


Bruce W. Pratt 


532.51 


Joseph M. Kealey 


44,430.51 


Manuel E. Salvador 


152.15 


Paul J. Laugelle 


27,897.86 


William A. Sestito 


2,282.18 


Jacquelynn J. Morganelli 


46.90 


Harry M. Silvia, Jr. 


253.58 


Brian W, Noonan 


34,958.91 


Kevin W. Soule 


101.43 


William R. Oliver 


7,033.69 


David L. Turner 


50.71 


David J. Pomarico 


38,279.41 


TREE & PARK DEPARTMENT 


: 


Yvette R. Rattenbury 


6,669.12 


Jerry Cogill 


400.00 


Frances P. Sargent 


265.50 


Sean Fitzsimmons 


120.00 


John H. Small 


31,083.23 


Christoper LaugeUe 


1,430.00 


Richard Yocum 


33,107.47 


Peter G. LaugeUe 


30,903.97 


nRE DEPARTMENT: 




Peter G. Laugelle, Jr. 


160.00 


Edward P. Barrow 


28,076.82 


Peter Litchfield 


40.00 


Paul T. Bilodeau 


26,601.30 


Herbert B. Marsh 


4,320.00 


John T. Boswell III 


24,047.64 


Herbert L. Marsh 


758.90 


Daniel F. Brock 


40,633.70 


Peter McGee 


270.00 


Richard M. Conley 


21,623.06 


Robert P. Mortenson 


4,026.11 


Edward M. Corbo 


23,774.35 


Sean T. Murray 


2,190.00 


Nanci C. Gushing 


7,324.57 


Robert Noonan 


280.00 


Linwood L, Davis 


28,782.74 


Anthony J. Pereira 


8,310.00 


Thomas P. Finegan 


25,966.36 


Robert Piepenbrink 


19,859.12 


James E. Fiori 


24,640.10 


Kenneth Snow 


280.00 


James L. Gurry 


31,535.15 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT: 




Thomas G. Hernan 


26,345.91 


John Breen 


20.00 


Roger W. Lincoln 


30,946.67 


Stephen Marsh 


320.00 


WilUam T. Litchfield 


29,012.47 


Richard V. Morse 


60.00 


Matthew B. Marr 


27,100.11 


David O'Donovan 


477.50 


Paul F. McGaffigan 


28,335.71 


William R. Oliver 


240.00 


Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr. 


22,304.49 


Steven E. Osborne 


10,732.80 


Robert F. Protulis 


27,214.38 


NeU D. Peterson 


2,594.75 


WiUiam J. Protulis 


28,183.90 


Harry H. Ritter 


16,807.36 


Randall W. Rosano 


27,064.69 


Ellen Santoro 


777.50 


James P. Runey 


26,594.27 


James R. Sheerin 


204.00 


WiUiam A. Sestito 


15,465.72 


Patrick J. Sheerin 


1,040.00 


Robert D. Silvia 


31,670.75 


James M. Wallace 


20.00 


Edward J. Struzik 


26,536.15 


Kurt M. Weisenfluh 


1,249.50 


Mark H. Trask 


30,199.97 


Thomas Wigmore 


1,856.50 


Peter A. Trask 


25,331.49 


BUILDING DEPARTMENT: 




Eric W. Wenzlow 


25,554.72 


Alba Crossen 


612.11 


CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT: 




Marion L. Douglas 


8,888.04 


Donald F. Ainslie 


50.72 


Sandra J. Murray 


4,177.60 


Albert L. Andrews, Jr. 


1,266.45 


Donald G. Robbins 


28,436.92 


Barbara E. Bowen 


177.50 


WEIGHTS & MEASURES/Monthly: 


William E. Brooke 


1,470.74 


Lot E. Bates 


750.00 


James F. Curley 


1,572.17 


WIRE DEPARTMENT: 




CUfford J. Dickson 


2,685.04 


Richard GaUo 


27,339.85 


Donald P. Haase 


760.73 


Thomas Healy 


300.00 


John M. MacNeill 


860.73 


Robert Noonan 


6,325.00 


Francis X. Mahoney 


735.37 


Stephen F. Wigmore 


34,190.43 


David R. Marks, Jr. 


1,622.89 


Thomas Wigmore 


25.00 


Herman J. Maynard 


938.23 


HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT: 




Steven L. Maynard 


1,369.31 


Brian F. Cogill 


4,219.79 


WilUam H. Mc Arthur 


1,470.74 


Matthew S. Conlan 


560.00 


Joseph A. MigUaccio 


1,621.46 


James F. Curley 


24,607.56 


Denise J. Parsloe 


25.36 


Thomas Healy 


1,840.00 



- 139 



Christopher Laugelle 


180.00 


LIBRARY DEPARTMENT: 




Joseph S. Laugelle 


95.87 


Amy E. Artman 


209.45 


Peter G. Laugelle 


829.61 


Charlotte N. Begley 


99.40 


Harold W. Litchfield 


27,172.65 


Barbara Cordeiro 


9,278.30 


John E. Litchfield 


18,211.39 


Heather Davenport 


47.40 


Peggy Litchfield 


4,025.00 


Matthew Drinkwater 


1,198.14 


Peter Litchfield 


947.50 


Susanne D. Dunn 


2.891.68 


Boyd J. Livingston 


12,916.62 


Kristin Green 


1,301.08 


Herbert L. Marsh 


245.75 


Richard E. Hayes 


36,628.96 


Robert P. Mortenson 


193.20 


Shahrod Hemassi 


157.98 


Robert Noonan 


670.00 


Amy Hyde 


1,728.91 


Anthony Pereira 


49.20 


Eleanor H. Klein 


435.77 


Robert Piepenbrink 


499.90 


Nancy E. Knight 


13,554.29 


David Scollians 


120.00 


Kristeen Leone 


227.20 


Anthony C. Sestito 


30,475.83 


Pamela C. Parker 


343.47 


Carl A. Sestito 


23,380.01 


Sarah L. R. Parker 


188.15 


Kenneth Snow 


202.50 


Robert A. Pattison 


7,358.58 


DISPOSAL AREA: 




Marilyn T. Pope 


15,531.88 


Tracy Arnold 


360.00 


Susan M. Pope 


15,324.,36 


John T. Barnes 


19,956.64 


Andrew Rossi 


623.03 


Susan Camardo 


550.00 


Maureen J. Smith 


173.95 


Stephen Carroll 


40.00 


Suzanne Terry 


13,514.29 


Ronald Figueiredo 


605.00 


James Patrick Walsh 


1,628.40 


Keith Goff 


40.00 


Susan M. Watrous 


24,684.68 


Kathy Haas 


80.00 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 




Ashley F. Jones 


440.00 


William Baird 


28.00 


Joseph S. Laugelle 


23,642.75 


Matthew Beggan 


74.00 


Elizabeth Montoya 


40.00 


Glen Bernstein 


772.00 


Richard D. Muncey 


364.80 


Matthew Buckley 


9.38 


Michael Murray 


40.00 


Jason Cameron 


56.00 


Sean Murray 


20.00 


James E. Carroll, Jr. 


2,047.50 


Liam Sullivan 


260.00 


Marlisa A. Clapp 


768.00 


Dean Williams 


20.00 


Jennifer S. Coley 


24.00 


Anne McKenna 


140.00 


Travis Coley 


50.00 


SEWER DEPARTMENT: 




Christopher Conley 


101.88 


William Ney 


1,696.83 


Alba Crossen 


605.00 


Manuel E. Salvador 


20,279.98 


Alison M. Crehan 


16.00 


Patricia A. Walsh 


8,867.84 


John Dockray 


18.75 


CONSERVATION COMMISSION: 


Kristen EUinger 


222.63 


Patricia A. Walsh 


7,742.74 


Michael EUinger 


41.00 


BOARD OF HEALTH: 




Scott Fitzsimmons 


28.13 


Edward Frederick 


3,649.81 


Chris Flood 


66.00 


Joseph R. Godzik 


28,701.04 


Katherine Harris 


499.50 


Luther S. Leighton 


3,903.51 


Deborah Hartley 


23.44 


Carol Oteri 


18,305.50 


Todd R. Henry 


760.00 


COUNCIL ON AGING: 




Dennis Jones 


26.25 


Kathleen Bryanton 


17,756.48 


Rebecca Jordan 


36.00 


VETERANS/Monthly: 




Kerry L. Kirkendall 


18.00 


Noel Ripley 


1,599.96 


Derek M. Lacks 


544.00 


CEMETERY: 




Robin Lawrence 


32.00 


Peter G. Laugelle 


985.32 


Tracy Lowenhagen 


40.00 


Herbert L. Marsh 


17,613.07 


Daniel Magner 


36.00 


Anthony J. Pereira 


80.00 


Matthew Maloney 


22.50 


Robert Piepenbrink 


389.46 


Robin Beth McAlUster 


500.00 






Stephen Myers 


42.19 



— 140 



Jason Marsac 


122.81 


Harold E. Boyden, Jr. 


828.75 


Michelle Meagher 


988.00 


John E. Burke, Jr. 


136.00 


Michelle Migliaccio 


10.00 


Fred Cuniff 


174.25 


Elizabeth Muncey 


64.00 


Brian Cogill 


7,457.50 


Kathleen A. Murphy 


68.00 


David C. Cogill 


6,571.50 


Diana M. Pereira 


204.00 


Joseph P. CoUigan 


425.00 


John D. Pompeo 


15.00 


Carmello Conte 


5,094.13 


Nancy Lyn Pompeo 


438.00 


John C. Conte 


5,030.25 


Dina-Leigh Potolicchio 


893.13 


Thomas Conroy 


429.25 


Sophie Redfield 


24.00 


Paul DeFazio 


68.00 


Richard J. Redick 


722.89 


John L. Dunne 


225.25 


James Reidy 


6.00 


William E. Fennessy 


68.00 


Allison Reilly 


55.00 


Peter F. Gagliaro 


161.50 


Kathleen Ryan 


48.00 


Joseph K. Granatino 


187.00 


Linda Sadler 


231.00 


Frederick H. Grassie, Jr. 


5,395.38 


Katarina Smart 


18.00 


Paul K. Healey 


68.00 


Brian Shultz 


92.00 


John L. Hutchings 


76.50 


David R. Shultz 


70.50 


Robert W. Jackson 


3,872.76 


Robert Shultz 


20.63 


Clifton B. Jones 


6,131.88 


Lisa Shumaker 


892.82 


Paul Lydon 


144.50 


Gary Smith 


288.00 


Michael Maher 


136.00 


Michael Smith 


58.14 


Leo J. Mahoney, Jr. 


68.00 


Heather St. Onge 


26.00 


Richard Mankewich 


68.00 


Tracy Stone 


18.00 


Joseph B. Mayer 


148.75 


Michael Suhrbier 


56.00 


Sandra J. McLaughlin 


68.00 


Patrick Suhrbier 


44.00 


Joseph P. McParland 


76.50 


Eric Theriault 


41.00 


Brian W. Noonan 


2,680.38 


Christine R. Vivian 


760.00 


Michael J. O'Hara 


314.50 


Maria Patricia Volpe 


444.00 


Joseph O'Keefe 


1,219.75 


Kimberly Wolfe 


64.00 


James M. O'Mara, Jr. 


136.00 


John M. Worley 


28,771.36 


Michael J. Peraino, Jr. 


68.00 


WATER DEPARTMENT: 




Leonard H. Pinaud 


68.00 


Albert L. Andrews, Jr. 


30,317.93 


David J. Pomarico 


6,047.38 


John T. Barnes 


57.96 


William P. Quigley 


263.50 


K. Barry Butman 


5,118.98 


Leonard J. Reno 


136.00 


Benjamin F. Curley 


39,489.28 


Kenneth J. Runge 


272.00 


James F. Curley 


57.96 


John H. Small 


1,300.50 


Frank Hamilton 


25,526.86 


William Weddleton 


144.50 


Mark H. Kelly 


12,240.20 


Francis Yannizzi 


136.00 


Elizabeth J. Maree 


18,484.14 


Richardd Yocum 


960.50 


William D. McAuliffe 


31,487.07 


John D. ZuUo 


68.00 


William McAuliffe 


110.00 


OFF DUTY hlRE DEPARTMENT: 


Richard D. Muncey 


12,016.90 


Lin wood L. Davis 


116.28 


Denise J. Parsloe 


23,430.04 


Thomas P. Finegan 


290.71 


Richard J. Sargent 


2,499.29 


Thomas G. Hernan 


450.76 


Carl A. Sestito 


257.72 


Roger W. Lincoln 


202.29 


James R. Sheerin 


12,444.27 


William T. Litchfield 


465.13 


Ann M. Wheeler 


5,679.63 


Matthew B. Marr 


116.29 



OFF DUTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: 

Richard B. Abbadessa 136.00 

Abraham F. Abdallah 229.50 

Gene J. Aguiar 144.50 

Lawrence Ainslie, Jr. 1,369.50 

Thomas E. Atkinson, Jr. 340.00 

James K. Borland 221.00 



Paul F. McGaffigan 610.53 

William A. Powers 58.14 

Robert F. Protulis 174.42 

Randall W. Rosano 58.14 

William A. Sestito 108.24 

Robert D. Silvia 196.04 

Edward J. Struzik 58.14 



— 141 — 



Eric W. Wenzlow 


348.84 


Janet Figueirdo 


234.00 


CUSTODIAN: 




Judith A. Figueiredo 


571.73 


Donald F. Ainslie 


19,405.15 


Ellen Gentile 


224.25 


Robert E. Barrow 


20,659.13 


Kevin P. Godfrey 


2,926.44 


Joseph Esposito, Jr. 


20,958.47 


Sally A. Goldman 


13.50 


Mark Gentile 


102.20 


Ethel Gormley 


8,764.22 


Donald P. Haase 


18,986.84 


Phyllis R. Grayken 


21,040.30 


John J. Jacobucci 


25,761.78 


Eileen Hall 


14.85 


Thomas Jones 


19,143.73 


Jane Hamilton 


821.02 


William H. McArthur 


19,412.61 


Linda Henderson 


7,582.92 


John Reed 


21.90 


Margaret Hernan 


3,135.46 


Anthony C. Sestito 


71.22 


Kathleen Hernberg 


9,602.32 


Kevin W. Soule 


19,213.31 


Jayne Herzog 


1,058.85 


Charles Stover 


26,440.94 


Karen Hettstrom 


762.31 


Richard Thurston 


19,424.24 


Jane Higgins 


1,164.92 


Wallace Young 


15,472.72 


Jean Higgins 


16,985.80 


BUS DRIVER: 




Joan M. Larrabee 


2,235.17 


Virginia E. Clay 


3,813.87 


Elizabeth Longo 


3,302.96 


Janet Figueiredo 


11,540.05 


Carolyn Low 


13.50 


John Foster 


13,340.35 


Nancy Magnussen 


1,680.72 


Therese Green 


7,640.77 


Mary Lou McCarthy 


914.64 


Diane M. King 


743.33 


Jane R. McGuinness 


10,539.35 


Bonnie Palm 


7,562.29 


Elizabeth McGuire 


102.00 


Maria Rose Pape 


4,496.93 


Lorene M. Miller 


12,626.66 


Frances Powers 


8,671.87 


Eileen Z. Mills 


17,704.82 


Thomas P. Ray 


3,049.11 


Helen T. Mulhern 


5,462.22 


Charlotte Skidmore 


6,880.64 


CeUa Mullen 


481.50 


Kevin W. Soule 


2,809.68 


Karen Murphy 


6,502.23 


George H. Sterling 


4,529.13 


Margo E. Nedrow 


285.75 


Charles Stover 


79.80 


Ann O'Connor 


14.85 


Wallace Young 


7,684.11 


Elizabeth M. O' Sullivan 


600.00 


CLERICAL: 




Diana Pereira 


5,296.05 


Elizabeth Andrade 


580.50 


Shirley Prendergast 


2,152.85 


Miriam Aronson 


388.25 


Kathleen Ridge 


98.07 


Alison Ayer 


9,602.32 


Jane Russell 


5,360.04 


Sandras Barnes 


11,499.96 


Emily M. Saccone 


1,020.00 


Janice Batts 


10,568.40 


Kim E. Sammons 


1,541.25 


Charlotte Begley 


1,230.75 


Linda Shultz 


16,406.40 


Mary Benbow 


14,829.00 


Masha Silvia 


7,568.60 


Charlene M. Bernick 


221.94 


Linda Starmer 


40.00 


Daniel Bliss 


119.25 


Mary E. Staunton 


8,649.96 


Patricia Bowen 


13,330.40 


Sheila M. Travers 


20,799.98 


Clare Brady 


9,327.78 


Irene Volpe 


1,627.06 


Kathleen Brennock 


941.34 


Maria Volpe 


359.59 


Mary Brennock 


16,985.80 


Denise Yess 


653.49 


Corinne Cahill 


80.00 


LUNCHROOM: 




Marjorie Carter 


14,533.60 


Cora Ainslie 


7,986.88 


Carol Ciciotte 


15,637.87 


Roseann Dooley 


8,289.12 


Ilene Colwill 


13,196.00 


Eileen Jacobucci 


4,021.32 


James Conley 


862.61 


Jeannette McNeil 


8,003.71 


Barbara Conte 


15,743.50 


Dama E. Mekler 


22.56 


Linda Curley 


7,393.93 


Kathleen Rhodes 


4,503.21 


Kathleen Curran 


42.03 


Frances Ricketts 


4,906.03 


Franca Curry 


6,772.12 


Joyce Salyards 


7,649.05 


Diane J. Dooley 


220.28 


Mildred Salyards 


11,264.11 



— 142 



PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL: 

Mary A. Babaian 36,189.52 

Elizabeth Beatson 34,391.67 

Joseph K. Bouchard 32,129.72 

Patricia Brown 10,384.65 

John C. Buckley, Jr. 10,651.00 

Virginia A. Burbank 33,566.27 

Clark Chatterton 37,275.91 

Kenneth Cisneros 30,055.57 

Carolyn M. Contis 25,323.10 

John F. Creamer 45,193.46 

Frances Cronin 32,129.72 

John M. DeLorenzo 42,325.92 

Maura M. Devin 10,265.04 

Kearin A. Dunn 39,007.99 

Kenneth C. Ekberg 46,485.01 

Ronald L. Emmons 38,368.27 

Samuel M. Erbe 39,986.41 

William Fallon 30,077.44 

Joseph F. Federico 32,129.72 

Colleen Foley 8,091.72 

Joan L. R. Foley 21,774.93 

George A. Fortin 33,566.27 

James E. Franey 35,900.85 

Mary Ellen Gallagher 48,894.04 

Michael Patrick Gill 35,184.88 

Stephen Gilmartin 33,566.27 

Carolyn M. Gray 32,129.72 

Emilie Green 24,864.43 

Gerardine Greene 16,221.07 

Stephen Hart 56,999.93 

Paul F. Hogan 33,566.27 

Walter T. Hughes 33,566.27 

Nancy Kealey 31,789.86 

Donald J. Kelly 34,376.64 

William C. Kite 40,616.27 

Doris A. Lahage 33,566.27 

Maureen Lalumiere 28,839.20 

Edward J. Leary 35,566.27 

John J. Leary 43,901.91 

Margaret Lee 9,793.71 

Colleen Lucas 23,332.97 

Edward W. MacDermott 30,246.51 

Frank A. MacDonald 23,748.55 

David R. Magnussen 18,976.02 

Bryan E. Marks 28,373.93 

Susan M. McFadd 27,115.36 

Paul H. Narkiewicz 39,986.41 

F. J. Neundorf 32,129.72 

Scott P. Newkirk 8,517.42 

Thomas J. O'Neill III 37,176.77 

John R. Packard 35,243.65 

Patrick A. Plante 21,748.55 

Ann Leslie Porter 31,226.06 

Donald A. Reade 32,129.72 



Marie Schleiff 
Edward F. Sheehan 
Steven C. Shirosky 
Richard Streeter 
Robert M. Thompson 
Dennis J. Walsh 
Marilyn Watson 
Dorothy Wondolowski 
Jo-Ellen S. Wood 
Joan M. Wool 
Patricia J. Wunschel 
DEER HILL: 
Joseph Becker 
Patricia C. Chase 
Elizabeth Cisneros 
Frank A. Deakin 
Dennis W. Kuntz 
Edward J. Leonard, Jr. 
Raymond Levine 
John V. Maclnnis 
Joanne Magoun 
Dorothy L. McDonald 
Mary Boyle McLean 
Marjorie Murphy 
Patricia White Murphy 
Suzanne L. Parker 
Beverly N. Reilly 
Lawrence R. Shultz 
Patricia M. Sullivan 
Katherine Whitley 
Dorothy Wondolowski 
OSGOOD: 
Maureen P. Alcott 
Marian Atkinson 
Susan Baush 
Faith E. Bowker 
Ruth L Clark 
Rosalie L. Collins 
Marilyn D'Angelo 
Marie C. Davis 
Delia DeBenedetto 
Jeanne Fink 
Jean Free 
Sharon Moody 
Dorothy Montuori 
Jean K. O'Malley 
Marie Price 
Shirley T. Tewksbury 
Michael Weydt 
SPECIAL NEEDS: 
Robin Balch 
Genevieve Brown 
Gale Ann Civale 
Florence Ely 
Barbara Fanning 



32,925.06 
24,953.09 
12,592.00 
51,624.95 
33,566.28 
37,022.95 
35,195.93 
11,260.59 
32,333.73 
20,932.00 
37,877.31 

32,129.73 
32,129.73 
28,873.94 
32,129.73 
34,820.86 
31,940.25 
32,129.73 
29,104.14 
32,629.73 
32,129.73 

6,813.72 
22,783.78 
18,972.68 

6,230.79 
11,016.32 
33,268.73 
29,260.24 
29,260.24 
16,126.93 

31,156.19 
19,709.92 
32,129.73 
32,129.73 
33,566.28 
23,809.56 
32,129.73 
23,809.56 
32,129.73 
1,755.43 
27,115.37 
20,645.17 
33,566.28 
33,129.73 
28,935.54 
29,760.24 
20,735.94 

21,760.12 
32,629.71 
27,747.23 
26,521.36 
23,383.78 



— 143 — 



Pauline Gallagher 


32,629.73 


Richard Ainslie 


1,080.00 


Edwin M. Leach 


34,166.28 


Frances Aldrich 


40.00 


Sarah Nicotra 


8,303.11 


Edward Amaral 


1,215.00 


Marilyn Power 


35,320.86 


Carol Anderson 


50.00 


Bette Rega 


33,566.28 


David Baird 


25.00 


Kim E. Sammons 


18,905.84 


Robert Bancroft 


41.00 


Dr. Robert T. Sceery 


10,168.30 


Kent Banker 


50.00 


Ethel K. Wheatley 


682.40 


Kim Barba 


50.00 


Denise Anne Yess 


25,495.93 


Dorothy Bates 


965.80 


SUBSTITUTES: 




Matthew Beggan 


31.00 


Ruth A. Berry 


40.00 


Lenny Bernardo 


36.00 


Jean Birmann 


530.00 


Kevin Black 


53.00 


Paul M. Bowers 


585.00 


James Bletzer 


48.00 


Cleida Buckley 


205.00 


Clare Brady 


2,136.99 


Lynne P. Buckley 


160.00 


Richard Caefer 


540.00 


Marie Buckley 


1,810.00 


James Cerbo 


54.00 


Richard Caefer 


315.00 


Dwight Conklin 


47.00 


Susan Dalrymple 


1,495.00 


Mark Conlon 


39.00 


Sally Davenport 


3,621.88 


Paul ConnoUey 


24.00 


Suzanne Dunn 


80.00 


Vito Conte 


25.00 


Elaine Freedman 


180.00 


Michael Cooney 


79.00 


Jane Goff 


345.00 


Andrew Coppola 


39.00 


Norma Grassey 


320.00 


Michael Corbett 


48.00 


Jacqueline Healy 


80.00 


John Coyne 


48.00 


Jane Higgins 


1,635.00 


Alvin Crowell 


24.00 


Brigitte Lore Haefner 


600.00 


James Crowley 


48.00 


Cynthia Hurley 


1,555.00 


Steven CuUity 


80.00 


Robert W. Jackson 


80.00 


Ruth DeBesse 


116.00 


Elizabeth Jancaitis 


40.00 


Robert Denise 


48.00 


Letitia Jordan 


240.00 


Dan Deteso 


48.00 


Marjorie K. Kamman 


510.00 


Randolph Dodge 


30.00 


Mary H. Kleim 


80.00 


Jamie Doherty 


25.00 


Alice McCarthy 


6,029.90 


Robert Donahue 


181.00 


Patricia S. McCarthy 


312.26 


Pat Donovan 


50.00 


Patricia Messing 


45.00 


Robert Donovan 


48.00 


Ruth Murphy 


405.00 


Robert Ellis 


99.00 


Ruth Nedrow 


2,340.00 


Diane Emanuello 


116.00 


Amyr B. O'Connell 


246.60 


Steven Enos 


25.00 


Joseph Pierce 


40.00 


Sharon Reed Eramian 


58.00 


Susan Rich 


225.00 


Gregory Fallon 


720.00 


Kate Ridge 


993.36 


Ralph Ferrisi 


41.00 


Lauren Sandblom 


2,258.36 


Joanne Fichtner 


2,374.99 


Richele Saunders 


45.00 


John Foley 


41.00 


Eileen Sherman 


750.00 


Carl Freyermuth 


37.50 


Marsha Silvia 


900.00 


William Furze 


86.00 


June Simeone 


440.00 


John Garrigan 


36.00 


Philip E. Simoulis 


360.00 


Philip Gerety 


41.00 


Jill Suddath 


2,840.67 


Michael P. Gill 


759.32 


Claudia E. Szymkewicz 


120.00 


Stephen Glendye 


93.00 


Lynn Tilden 


1,375.00 


Michael Goldman 


75.00 


Ann Tomaiolo 


40.00 


Albert Gomes 


48.00 


SPORTS OFFICIALS: 




John Goslin 


25.00 


Fred Adami 


39.00 


Scott Granai 


27.00 


William Adams 


119.00 


Bruce Grober 


25.00 


Beth Ahearn 


159.00 


David Guenard 


107.00 



— 144 — 



Donald Guilfoyle 


125.00 


Steven Petluck 


25.00 


Peter C. Hansen 


245.00 


Gerald Phelan 


104.00 


Dave Hartnett 


79.00 


PhiUp Pisano 


3,510.00 


Kevin Hayes 


43.00 


Dr. Roger Pompeo 


200.00 


Kevin Henderson 


37.50 


Stephen Pratt 


62.50 


Kenneth Hewitt 


25.00 


Brian Prendergast 


82.00 


William Hietala 


25.00 


John Prendergast 


66.00 


Brooks Holmes 


162.00 


Frank Pumphret 


210.00 


John Howe 


48.00 


Gerald Quigley 


48.00 


Lee Hutchens 


48.00 


Janice Quigley 


427.33 


David Jakub 


222.00 


Mark Radding 


25.00 


George Jakub 


43.00 


Robert Redgate 


27.00 


Richard Jakub 


194.00 


John Reid 


102.00 


A. Johnson 


39.00 


James Reidy 


16.00 


Daniel Kane 


41.00 


Ann Richardi 


232.00 


John Karo 


41.00 


Phil Robinson 


48.00 


James Kelleher 


108.00 


Dawn Rogers 


25.00 


Paula Kelley 


208.00 


William Sager 


43.00 


James Kernen 


48.00 


Matthew J. Salerno 


900.00 


Roger LabouUere 


43.00 


Walter Salvado 


50.00 


Madeline T ,annin-Cotton 


29.00 


Lou Sanchez 


109.50 


Dennis Laversa 


43.00 


Stephen Sangster 


72.00 


William Leanues 


112.00 


Kenneth Sargent 


54.00 


Edward J. Leary 


735.00 


Ruthann Sargent 


1,559.66 


Gregory Lennon 


20.00 


Norman Shacochis 


29.00 


Kim Lewis 


40.00 


David Shultz 


15.00 


Stephen Lynch 


48.00 


Robert Shultz 


25.00 


John MacBain 


50.00 


Joseph Shutt 


427.33 


Daniel F. Magner 


2,137.00 


Anthony Silva 


123.00 


Philip Mahoney 


15.00 


Peter Silva 


123.00 


Richard Malloy 


36.00 


Regina Silva 


123.00 


David Markham 


87.00 


Robert D. Silvia 


2,137.00 


Nancy Martens 


86.00 


Charles Simonds 


41.00 


Jean McAuHffe 


25.00 


Ian Smart 


15.00 


Karen J. McDonald 


256.00 


Gary Smith 


50.00 


Robert McGrady 


72.00 


Lawrence Spellman 


48.00 


Daniel McKenna 


48.00 


Paul Spolidoro 


129.00 


WilUam McMann 


43.00 


Kennan Startzell 


2,137.00 


Emilio Michelangelo 


121.00 


Thomas Stevenson 


110.00 


Edward MinelU 


2,200.67 


Jack Stoddard 


125.00 


Bayani Montoya 


41.00 


Harold W. Straughn 


101.00 


William Mortimer 


195.00 


Alan Strondak 


108.00 


Kevin Mulcahy 


36.00 


Janet Sullivan 


166.00 


Edward Mulvey 


340.00 


Joseph Sullivan 


58.00 


Mark Nelson 


43.00 


Torin Sweeney 


1,649.66 


Faith Newcombe 


34.00 


Peter Taylor 


155.00 


Martin Newfield 


48.00 


Sal Toti 


24.00 


Patrick Norton 


52.00 


Frank Tricomi 


43.00 


Kevin O'Connor 


48.00 


Stephen Uno 


41.00 


Anne O' Leary 


400.00 


Melissa Urban 


24.00 


George Oster 


75.00 


Karen Viafore 


200.00 


Mark Paul 


25.00 


David Walsh 


29.00 


Louis Pearlstein 


48.00 


John Walsh 


41.00 


Everett Pearson 


96.00 


Michael Walsh 


54.00 


Robert Perry 


42.00 


Glenn Ward 


87.00 



— 145 



Tod Phillip Warner 


997.00 


Stephen Wilson 


1,165.00 


James Watson 


1,374.66 


Denise Wittpern 


50.00 


Marilyn Watson 


25.00 


David Wong 


86.00 


John Wholey 


474.67 






William F. Williamson 


1,282.00 


TOTAL GROSS WAGES: 


$6,736,886.40 



1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


.,490,466. 


$6,734,187. 


$7,337,734. 


$7,551,889, 


555,780. 


$ 432,916. 


$ 332,981. 


$ 245,881, 


91.5% 


93.6% 


95.50/0 


96.7% 



Report of the Treasurer-Collector 

In an effort to reduce the amount of unpaid taxes due the Town, we are using more 
aggressive collection procedures. Through our computer program we are able to print 
the demands, warrants and other follow-up notices instead of handtyping them. This 
allows us to be more up-to-date in all of our collections. For comparisons refer to the 
chart below: 

Real Estate, Personal Property 
Motor Vehicle and Boat Excise 

Total Commitments from Assessors 
Total Unpaid/end of Fiscal Year 
Total Percent Collected 

On January 1, 1987 we brought payroll processing in-house. For many years 
Cohasset had used an outside payroll service. As the costs of that service increased it 
seemed to be the appropriate time to do the payroll ourselves. We share the responsi- 
bility for this procedure with the Accountant's Office. Our software company had a 
payroll system that filled our needs and the transition went smoothly. This change not 
only saves the Town several thousand dollars a year but allows us to control the payroll 
scheduling. 

As an elected official, I continue to head a department that serves the taxpayers 
and is also part of a team that handles the Town's finances. My staff continues in their 
effort to help me accomplish both of these tasks. They are: Nancy Snowdale, Deputy 
Collector, has twenty years of municipal experience; Sally Lincoln, Assistant Treasurer, 
is completing her seventh year; and Chartis Langmaid, Account Clerk, is completing 
her second year. I would like to express my appreciation to each of them for their 
dedicated service and cooperation. 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



— 146 



Report of the Collector 

July 1, 1986 through June 30, 1987 



Total Commitment of Warrants from the Board of Assesors — Fiscal 1987 

1 982- 1 984 Motor Vehicle Re-commitments $ 269 .46 

1987 Motor Vehicle Commitments 292,163.75 

1986 Motor Vehicle Commitments 90,454.88 
1985 Motor Vehicle Commitments 2,464.24 

1987 Boat Excise Commitment 14,920.00 
1987 Personal Property Commitment 73,764.80 
1987 Real Estate Commitment 7,075,137.16 
1987 Sewer Betterment, Added to Taxes 1,934.01 
1987 Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 683.24 
1987 Sewer Connection, Added to Taxes 70.00 
1987 Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 27.75 

$7,551,889.29 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 32,191 .00 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department 595,845.90 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department 1 8 ,028 . 1 7 



Total Abatement Certificates from Board of Assessors — Fiscal 1987 

Levy of 1983 

Motor Vehicle 2,107.36 

Levy of 1984 

Motor Vehicle 6,640.56 

Levy of 1985 

Boat Excise 360.66 

Motor Vehicle 1,141.37 

Personal Property 5 8 . 90 

Real Estate 1,770.80 

Levy of 1986 

Boat Excise 792.75 

Motor Vehicle 10,333.73 

Personal Property 57.63 

Real Estate 3,773.32 

Levy of 1987 

Boat Excise 2,344.79 

Motor Vehicle 10,648.90 

Personal Property 47.14 

Real Estate 68,642.64 

$ 108,720.55 



Total Abatements from the Harbor Master 

Fiscal 1987 964.00 

Fiscal 1986 180.00 

Total Abatements from the Water and Sewer Departments 

Water 5,814.23 

Sewer 45.64 

Interest 469.85 



— 147 



Unpaid Taxes & Charges 6/30/87 

1987 Personal Property 1,102.00 

1986 Personal Property 422.46 

1987 Real Estate 175,427.54 
1986 Real Estate 9,827.48 
1982-1987 Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes 57,718.00 
Boat Excise Taxes 1,384.00 

$ 245.881 .48 

Departmental: 

Ambulance Services 49,157.39 

Mooring Fees 76.00 

Rentals & Miscellaneous -600.00 

Lien, Demolition of Bldg. 500.00 

Veterans' Assistance 3,506.19 

Town Hall -112.43 

Lien, Board of Health/Sewer System 9,647.20 

$ 62,174.35 

Water Department: 

Water Meters 62,892.09 

Water Miscellaneous 1 , 1 47 .06 

Water Services -878.52 

$ 63,160.63 

Sewer Department: 

Sewer Use Charges 2,671.82 

Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1987 48.75 

Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1 987 17.06 

$ 2,737.63 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer- Collector 



Watershed Area Protection Committee 

The Watershed Area Protection Committee was not active in 1987. 
It is suggested that the committee be continued to review/initiate amendments to 
the current bylaw where necessary. 

Sincerely, 

John Hubbard 
Secretary 



— 148 — 



Report of the Recreation Director 

It is with distinct pleasure that the report of the Recreation Department is submit- 
ted to the residents of Cohasset for the Fiscal Year 1987, July, 1986 thru June 30, 1987. 

During this twelve month period 6,746 individuals of all ages participated in 
various structured programs, activities and special events, ranging from sports to art 
and cultural opportunities for all ages. In our effort to provide areas of interest for all 
residents, we have kept our services as wide-spectrum as possible, and will continue to 
do so. 

While severely restricted by budget monies, we have continued to use our Revolv- 
ing Account Fund for 100% self-supporting programs for a large percent of program 
offerings. During Fiscal Year 1987, we revolved $19,283. in the conduct of programs, 
ski trips and special activities which may legally be provided for by this method of 
operation. Because many activities do not meet state requirements for this method of 
operation, we are unable to conduct some programs through this account. 

The larger sports programs, youth tennis lessons and tournaments, as well as the 
playground programs, vacation programs, open gyms, etc. are conducted through 
funds provided for in our annual budget. During Fiscal Year 1987, we generated via per 
capita fee charges, $8,052. Fees vary from program to program, but generally ranged 
from $5.00 to $15,00. with 50% discounts, per person, offered to famihes with more 
than one person registering for the same program. 

These funds are receipted, accounted, and then turned over to the Town 
Treasurer's office for deposit in the Town's General Fund. Revenue collected during a 
given Fiscal Year is not for reuse by any branch of government, rather. General Fund 
money is applied to help offset the tax rate the next Fiscal Year. 

Also appHed to offset the following Fiscal Year tax rate via the General Fund are 
fees generated from sales of Facility Permits. During Fiscal 1987, the Recreation 
Department generated $22,597 from Facility Permits. About 3800 permits were issued 
from June 1986 thru June 1987. Each year the money generated from a given year's per- 
mit is spht into two Fiscal Years. Issuance for the new year permits begins early June, 
and regular hours of issuance end mid July. Therefore, the 3000 or so permits that are 
initially issued are done so until June 30, the end of the Fiscal Year, and again, begin- 
ning July 1, the beginning of the next Fiscal Year. The exact amount of money 
generated in a given Fiscal Year depends on the number of permits that are sold either 
before June 30, or after July 1. Permits are issued, however 12 months per year, and a 
period of grace from fee charges are in effect each year from May 1, until early June, 
when the new year permits begin to be issued. The 3800 per year permits issued, is a 
fairly stable number. Not so predictable are the number of free, or May 1 , or after per- 
mits that might be issued in a given year. 

Each year the Recreation Department relies on large numbers of adult and youth 
volunteers to help conduct the sports programs, ski trips and many special activities. 
While too numerous to name each, we wish to extend our sincere gratitude for your 
work and expertise. Many programs could not be offered were it not for volunteers. We 
are also indebted to a number of Town departments, namely: Tree and Park, School, 
Highway, Wire, Library, Curator of Museums, Water, Disposal etc. for their continued 
support and help through each year. Without their cooperation and assistance many 
projects and much maintenance could not be accomplished. 

The Cohasset Recreation Commission consists of 7 members who are elected for 
terms of varying durations, Mr. Richard P. Barrow has been the Commission Chairman 
for about 12 years and continues to lend much help and support to the department, 



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Commissioners and residents of our community are: Mrs. Gerard A. Buckley (Vice- 
Chairman), Mrs. Mary K. Muncey (Secretary), Mr. Joseph Andrade, Mrs. Terry E. 
Duggan, Mrs. Alna L. Ekberg, and Mr. Donald E. Staszko. All should be thanked for 
their continuing service to our Community. 

In an effort to meet the needs of a dynamic Community, we always welcome input 
and feedback from residents and program participants. Needs change as do interests 
and activities, our charge is to isolate, identify, and act upon the changing needs and 
wishes as we interpret them. Our most viable source of information is through direct 
communication from citizens. Observations can tell us only so much, but you can tell us 
a whole lot more. Please feel free to call our office, or drop in. We are located on the 
first floor, off the lobby, of Town Hall. Recreation Commission meetings are generally 
held monthly, in the evening at Town Hall. Dates and times are generally posted at least 
one week prior to the night of the meeting. The pubHc is invited to attend and par- 
ticipate. Many agenda items refer to the operations of the Recreation Department per 
se, however, many other items of discussion have to do with land and water recreational 
resources as well as a host of other topics Cohasset residents might find of interest. The 
Recreation Commission's duty and responsibility is to provide for leisure services for 
residents of all ages. The spectrum of "leisure services" is very wide and encompassing. 
Therefore, our meetings would probably interest a broad spectrum of our town over a 
period of time. Remember, we consider your input vital to our proper function. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley 
Director 



Tree, Park, & Cemetery Departments 

I hereby submit my annual report for the Tree, Park, & Cemetery Departments. 

The Tree & Park Department maintains all school grounds, parks, commons, and 
cemeteries in town. We also care for trees along roadsides. Each year this department 
tries to complete one or two capital projects. This year we are refurbishing the backstop 
and replacing the chain Hnk fence at Beech wood Playground. We are also installing 
drainage at MiUiken Field to alleviate a flooding problem on Bancroft Road. Both proj- 
ects will be complete by spring. 

The Cemetery Department continues to care for the Town's cemeteries and is 
working closely with the Cemetery Study Committee to provide the Town with addi- 
tional cemetery space. 

I would like to thank the Wire, Highway, and Water Departments for their 
assistance in this department's day to day work and for the extra effort in assisting us 
with special projects that we undertake. 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Superintendent 



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Superintendent of Schools 

I am pleased to submit this, my second year-end report, as your Superintendent of 
Schools. Upon reviewing this past year, the most salient observation is the continuing 
excellence achieved by our students in both academic and co-curricular activities. 
Eighty- five percent of our graduating class continued their formal education in a college 
setting. In addition, the results of our student performance on both national and state 
standardized testing continues to be at the highest level. The results of the newly 
developed state assesment testing verifies that the curriculum being presented to our 
students is appropriate to their needs. 

Our students' accomplishments are not confined only to academic areas. Their per- 
formance in the arts and in athletics is also to be commended. For example, Cohasset's 
drama program annually produces top performances at the State Drama Festival and 
our school chorus was invited to perform at Disney World in Florida. In athletics, 
although we are one of the smallest schools in our league, our accomplishments have 
been truly outstanding. 

While our student population continues to decline, although at a slower rate, we 
are encouraged by the fact that our elementary population has stabilized. The number 
of students at the secondary level will decline by approximately twenty students in the 
coming school year, and in approximately two years, it would appear that our total K-12 
student population will be stabilized. 

I would also like to express my gratitude to the various town boards and depart- 
ments who work cooperatively with the school department. In spite of the fact that 
Proposition IVi has limited the amount of funds available for Town use, the support of 
these boards and departments has enabled us to continue to maintain the level of educa- 
tional support that is necessary to ensure the excellent academic programs which are re- 
quired by our student body. 

We have also been fortunate to have available to us additional funds from the state 
and federal governments. In particular, the funds made available under Chapter 188, 
the School Improvement Act, has allowed the school department to purchase needed 
materials and to undertake curriculum revisions which would not have been possible 
under the constraints of our local education appropriation. For example, a complete 
revision of our K-12 Art Curriculum was accomphshed using funds made available 
under the Horace Mann Program of Chapter 188. Also the School Improvement Coun- 
cils formed at each of our three schools had available to them funds from the state 
which they were allowed to expend on materials and activities which they felt would im- 
prove the overall quality of their education program. 

The school department is also appreciative of the support shown by the Annual 
Town Meeting which appropriated funds which will result in the replacement of the 
deteriorating glass block walls in the front facade of the junior/senior high school as 
well as the beginning of a series of renovations to the science classrooms and 
laboratories. 

I would also like to express my gratitude to the members of our School Committee. 
During my first two years as Superintendent of Schools, I have been impressed by the 
dedication which they exhibit to their responsibility to ensure this quality of education 
in Cohasset. They show a singular commitment to the best interests of your children and 
are unencumbered by any petty self-interests which would inhibit their performance in 
carrying out the mandate which is extended to them. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen E. Hart 
Superintendent of Schools 

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Report of the Cohasset School Committee 

As I complete my second three-year term on the Cohasset School Committee, I 
would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to my colleagues 
on the Committee, both past and present, for their support during my tenure. I have 
continued to be impressed by their dedication to our youth and their unselfishness in 
devoting so many of their hours to this, what many consider a thankless task. If educa- 
tion in Cohasset is to improve, it is necessary that our citizenry take an active role in this 
process. Involvement in our Parent School Organization and School Improvement 
Councils is one way in which you may become active in the educational process. It is in- 
cumbent upon you, both parents and non-parents, to take part in this process since the 
quality of our Town and its attractiveness to future citizens is due in large part to the 
quality of the school system. 

During the past year, the School Committee was pleased to observe the develop- 
ment of an administrative training program for our central administrative staff as well 
as for our principals and department heads. I am certain that their participation in this 
training program will better equip them to deal with the day-to-day interpersonal prob- 
lems inherent in their positions and will as a result increase their efficiency. 

The School Committee also noted the development of a new elementary level 
reading program. This program was the result of a study conducted by a reading study 
committee made up of teachers and administrators at these grade levels. It is our hope 
that the implementation of their recommendations will improve the overall coordina- 
tion of our reading instruction. Additionally, a developmental reading program was 
begun for our seventh and eighth grade students. 

There has also been a continuation of our efforts in the area of health education. 
Programs for students and parents were held stressing the need for maintaining our 
awareness of the problems of potential drug and alcohol use among our students and 
the need for continued cooperation between the school and home. A draft of an AIDS 
curriculum has been completed and is presently being reviewed by the Community 
Health Education Advisory Committee. 

In closing, I would like to thank all of you for your continuing support of our 
school system and encourage you to maintain your active involvement to ensure that 
our children receive the quahty educational programs that they deserve. 



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PROFILE OF THE CLASS OF 1988 

Cohasset is a residential community of about 7800 population situated on the coast 20 miles south of Boston. Most of 
the residents are engaged in professional occupations and business in the city of Boston. The town is one of a iiigh 
socio-economic status. 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT - 1987- 1988 

Grade 9 -84; Grade 10 -81; Grade 11 - 114; Grade 12 - 121; TOTAL -400 

I.O. AVERAGE 116 
IOWA TEST OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

The class of 1988 has maintained an average above the 75ih 'ole tor the past 3 years. 

GRADE DISTRIBUTION — based on final grades as Juniors in lull year major academic courses only 
1986-1987 A B C D F 



A 

b'r 



C 

1,1"' 



Average grade index fur all students in the Junior Year was 2.45 on a 4 point scale. (A=4; B=3; C=2; D=l) 

Percent of students studying 5 major subjects 89%. 

Students are ranked by the recommendation of the N.A.S.S.P. and A.A.C.R.A.O. 

ACCREDITATION 

.New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools latest accreditation - 1982. 

ADVANChD tDLC ATION (Class of 1987) 



4 Yr. Colleges 
Public Private 
20% 60% 



2 Yr. Colleges 
Public Private 



Nursing Sc Other Work Service 

:•>% 3% 9'^,. 3% 

88'^r to further education 



STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO: 13-1 (Includes All Professional StafQ 

All English classes limited to 25 or fewer students. All other classes limited to 30 or fewer students. 

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21 

Each mlBftsx area is grouped homoteaeously indapcn den tly of other subjects. Each discipline has honors grouping, for example, booon groups 
in English, history, mathematics, science and Isngiiages. Cohasset is utilizing the following programs — Introductory Physical Science (EPS); 
BSCS Bioiogy; Harvard Prpiect Physics; PSSC Physics, and CHEM Chemistry. We have been a participant in the Advanced Placement 
P ro gr am for the past 25 years. This year advanced placement courses will be offered in calculus, English, biology, computer science, 
European History. Freadi, Spanish, and Latin, taiigiiagf courses employ the use of a language laboratory. 



6% 
8% 
22% 
27% 
19% 
79% 
2% 
% 



Average 471 
VERBAL 



COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION - JUNIOR YEAR SCORES 
S.A.T. 



750-800 

700-749 

650-699 

600-649 

550-599 

500-549 

450^99 

400^49 

350-399 

300-349 

250-299 — 

200-249 



Average 49 1 
MATH 



2% 

3% 

13% 

19% 

8% 

16% 

13% 

10% 

13% 

2% 

\% 



Achievement Averages 

Biology 619 

Chemistry 547 

English Composition 505 

Math Level 1 561 

Each achievement test listed 
above included 9 or more 
examinations. 



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ADVANCED PLACEMENT GRADE DISTRIBUTION 
BY EXAM AND MEAN SCORES 



Exam 



Biology 





Calculus AB 





Computer Science 





English Lang. & Comp. 





English Lit. & Comp. 


1 


European History 





French Literature 





Utin 





Spanish Language 






1 


Mean Score 





3.3 





3.4 





3.5 





4.0 





3.6 





2.8 





3.0 





2.0 





3.0 



Grade 





Percent 


mber 


ot Total 


1 


2Vf 


15 


37% 


20 


49% 


5 


12% 





0% 



41 



100% 



Combined mean score for all A.P. Exams taken by Cohasset High 
School Juniors and Seniors in 1987 - 3.29. 

Eighty-eight percent (88%) of all exams taken received a score of 
three or better. 



COURSE LEGEND 

The abbreviations below frequently appear on the Cohasset High School transcript. For those not completely familiar with the specifics 
of the Cohasset High School curriculum, the foUowing brief descriptions are provided: 
ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES - GRADE 9 



Western Society/English 
Western Society/Social Studies 

ENGLISH and SOCL\L STUDIES - 
American Study/En^ish 
American Study/Social Studies 



Physics PSSC . . . .Physical Science Study Committee 

Physics HPP Harvard Project Physics 

GENERAL 

Alt Sch Alternathre School Program 



A team taught Humanities program required of all 9th 
Graders with the focus on the history and literature of 
Western Civilization. 



A team taught American Studies program required of all lUth 
Graders with the focus on American History and Literature. 
The Social Studies portion of this program meets the Ameri- 
can History graduation requirement. 

An Honors Physics course with equal emphasis on lecture and 
laboratory. 

A multi-avenue approach to the study of Physics with the 
emphasis on individual experiments and observation. 



Cohasset High School offers an alternative to the traditional 
program. All courses taught or supervised by Alternative 
School staff are so indicated on the transcript. 



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CLASS RANK and GRADE POINT AVERAGE INFORMATION 

Class Rank and Grade Point Average are calculated by computer at the end of every marking period from Grade 9 
through Grade 1 2. This information is readily available and students are advised to check their rank in class periodically 
in order to improve upon past performance and to assess their potential for college adnitssions. 

There are three (3) different ranks in class on file throughout a student's attendance at Cohasset High School. 

1. Current This data ranks students within a grade for the one marking period that is being currently re- 

ported. 

2. Career This data ranks students within a grade on a cumulative basis from Grade 9 to the most recent 

marking period or through graduation. This Class Rank is included on the High School trans- 
cript. 

Class rank and Grade Point Average are computed through the recognition of course and section difficulty. The five (S) 
levels of difficulty are: 

1 . Level one represents Advanced Placement courses (AP). 

2. Level two represents Honors courses (H). 

3. Level three represents Advanced courses (A). 

4. Level four indicates a College Preparatory course (CP). 

5. Level five indicates a major subject that is not College Preparatory in nature but requires outside preparation 
(General, Basic). 

6. Non-academic electives have no weights and therefore have no bearing on Class Rank or Grade Point Average. 









WEIGHTING SCALE 










CURRICULUM 


















LEVELS 


1 


2 


3 






4 




5 






1 Full Grade 


Full Grade 




Full Grade 






\ 1/3 Grade , 
Advanced 1 


2/3 Grade ♦ 










General 




Placement 


Honors 


Advanced 




College Preparatory 


or Basic 


A 


18 


17 


15 






12 




9 


A- 


17 


16 


14 






11 




8 


B+ 


16 


15 


13 






10 




7 


B 


15 


14 


12 






9 




6 


B- 


14 


13 


11 






8 




5 


C+ 


13 


12 


10 






7 




4 


c 


12 


11 


9 






6 




3 


c- 


11 


10 


8 






5 




") 


D 


10 


8 


6 






3 




1 


F 























EXAMPLE; A g 


radc of B in 


an Advanced Placement course would 


receive 


a weigh 


t of 15 while a grade 


ofB in an Ad 



vanccd academic subject would receive a weight of 12. In other words, there is a difference of a full grade 
between an Advanced Placement grade and a grade in the Advanced program. Likewise, there is a differ- 
ence of a full grade between the grade of an Advanced course and a regular College Preparatory course. 
Because of this weighting system, students in the accelerated programs are held to very rigorous standards, 
and grading is quite severe. 

GRADING SYSTEM 

A =95-100 C+ = 77-79 

A- = 90-94 C =74-76 

B+ = 87-89 C- = 70-73 

B =84-86 D =60-69 

B- = 80-83 F = Below 60 



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Cohasset High School 
Class of 1987 



Richard Douglas Ainslie, Jr. 

Karin Patricia Anglin 

Sarah J. Barrow 

Karl W. Becker 

Cynthia MacKay Bell 

Glen Bernstein 

Michael P. Brown 

Saadia Rebecca Bryant 

Christina M. Buckley 

Maria J. Cahill 

Susanne F. Camardo 

Toni E. Cann 

Jennifer Lee Chapman 

Gregory K. Christensen 

Marlisa Ann Clapp 

Elizabeth Mae Clinton 

C. Christopher Conant 

Kristen Daphne Contis 

James M. Cooke 

Sean Timothy Corkery 

Stacy Ann Cullinane 

John L. Currier 

Lawrence P. Desmond 

Meredith A. Deveney 

Sarah Amanda Dickerman 

John Joseph Dockray 

Sandra Dunn 

Robert Anthony Durkin 

Jenna Leshe Emmons 

Stephanie Judith Endris 

Wendy Jo Esposito 

Maureen Anne Farren 

Scott F. Fitzsimmons 

Kathleen Fries 

Lisa Marie Gallagher 

Nicole Christina Gamst 

Edward John Gray 

Kathy-Ann Haase 

Jill Evans Harrington 

Jeffrey Stephen Hartwell 

Todd Rockafeller Henry 

Jonathan Andrew Brown Hoyler 

Kimberly Ann Hunt 

Sally Victoria Hurtig 

George Robert Jackson, Jr. 

Deanna C. Joseph 

Daniel Joseph Kierce 

Lee Todd Lacks 

Thomas Daniel Larson 

Wilham R. Lean, III 

Mary Deirdre Leonard 

Nancy E. Lincoln 



Erin B. Lindsey 
Jeffrey Arthur Lloyd 
Tracey Ann Lowenhagen 
Marcello Luppichini (A.F.S.) 
Jeffrey Francis Lydon 
PhiUp Joseph Mahoney 
Eric Alan Maki 
Megan Noel Manion 
Robert David Manns 
Diane Marie Mascart 
Wilham Nicholas McDonough 
Mary-Catherine McElroy 
Anne Marie McKenna 
Mark Francis McManus 
Donald James MulHgan 
Cynthia A. Nickerson 
Robert M. O'Connell 
Patrick Joseph O'Connor 
Maureen Christine O'Leary 
Kimberly Ann Pattison 
Erin Leigh Picton-Quinn 
Harry Charles Pierotti, II 
Nicole Yvonne Prisble 
Jason Richard Proodian 
John R. Reidy, Jr. 
Kerri Lynn Rhodes 
David V. Richards, III 
Susan Helen Riley 
S. Christian Robinson 
Pauhna A. Rosano 
John M. Scott 
Mehssa A. Shea 
Jill Joanne Shockman 
Lisa Helen Shumaker 
Jeffrey James Soltesz 
Liam G. Stanford 
Caitlin M. Staunton 
Chantalle Marie Stone 
David Robert Thomas 
Elizabeth J. Wagner 
Gregory Francis Wallingford 
James Patrick Walsh 
Kathleen Walsh 
Joseph Gerard Walters 
Leanne Ward 
Wayne E. Warren- Young 
Leonard A. White 
Elizabeth Andrfe Williams 
Nancy Elizabeth Yeomans 
Elizabeth Jill Zadel 
Tracy Marie Zaslow 



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South Shore Regional School District Annual Report 

This is the seventh time that it has been my privilege to submit an annual report to 
the citizens of Cohasset on the current status of South Shore Regional Vocational 
Technical School. 

In June of 1987, South Shore Vo-Tech completed its 25th year of service to the 
students, adult citizens and business and industry on the south shore. For all of these 
years the label "South Shore Graduate" has stood for the best secondary school voca- 
tional and technical preparation available in the Commonwealth. The testimonies of 
satisfied employers expressed during our anniversary year underscored the success 
stories related by our hundreds of graduates through the years. Latest figures indicate 
that 31^0 of our graduates either own their own businesses or have been elevated to 
supervisory positions in their area of training and employment. 

South Shore is currently conducting seventeen programs in both vocational and 
technical career areas on two campuses. Many of these programs have provided many 
supportive and money-saving services to the eight communities holding membership in 
the district. The enrollment at South Shore for the 1987-88 school year is 484 with 419 
coming from member communities. A total of 5 students are attending South Shore 
from Cohasset. 

In June, 1987, 3 graduates from Cohasset were awarded their diplomas and 
technical certificates from South Shore Vocational Technical High School. 7597o of our 
graduates went directly into employment in the area for which they received training 
while 16.7% went on to higher education and 3.3% entered military service. Of the 5% 
remaining, 3.3% went directly into employment in an area other than that for which 
they trained, while there is no status record for 1.7% of our graduates. 

The Continuing Education program at South Shore remains a very popular evening 
activity among adults within the region. A growing array of technical, craft and 
academic programs are being provided to a steadily growing number of adults on both 
the Hanover and Abington campuses. In addition, the University of Massachusetts con- 
ducts several teacher training courses on the Hanover Campus each semester. 

South Shore's athletic program, which has enjoyed a string of fine years com- 
petitively, has once again gotten off to a good start. Our soccer team, which is a very 
young one this year, experienced a 6-7-4 season. The Vikings have fielded an excellent 
basketball team this year which is expected by many to win the league championship 
and compete well in state tournament play. A fine range of athletic programs at South 
Shore includes varsity and junior varsity programs in soccer, girls and boys basketball, 
Softball, baseball, cross country, hockey and cheerleading, and intramural programs 
which include basketball, indoor soccer and volley ball for girls. 

Through over a quarter century Vo-Tech has served the south shore with depend- 
able education and quality vocational and technical training. Throughout most of this 
time I would characterize South Shore as "the best kept secret in southeastern 
Massachusetts." It is high time your regional vocational technical school raise its head 
with pride and tell its story of how it is providing your young people with more than Just 
a high school diploma. Our graduates boast both a diploma and a technical perfor- 
mance certificate with which they gain entrance into some of the most desirable career 
positions in Massachusetts and at a much higher than average initial wage. Over the 
months and years ahead, a much more directed and sophisticated information and 
recruitment effort will be undertaken to enable the "South Shore Story" to be told both 
to the general citizenry and to prospective students. 

Since I arrived at South Shore in July of 1981, many changes and additions have 



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been made. Services and programs to address a wide range of student needs have been 
initiated and improved upon. Academic and technical courses have been shored up with 
the assistance of a fine and dedicated professional staff. The future looks even more 
promising as the School Committe embarks on an effort to consoUdate both campuses 
at the Hanover facility. Expanded faciUties will mean more cost effective programs serv- 
ing a larger number of secondary students and adults. 

The School Committee, staff and students at South Shore Regional Vocational 
Technical High School are proud to have been partners with you over the last quarter 
century in bringing an outstanding program of academic, vocational and technical 
education services to the citizens of your community. Thank you for your confidence 
and support over the years. 

Clifford W. Easton 
Superintendent-Director 



South Shore Vocational Technical H.S. Class of 1987 

Robert L. Baker Matthew J. Egan Mark C. LaVange 






Report of the Cohasset Representative to the 

South Shore Vocational Technical District 

School Committee 



The South Shore Vocational Technical High School had its usual strenuous and 
successful year both educationally and administratively. The Regional School Commit- 
tee had a number of important issues to resolve and generally handled them in a produc- 
tive and democratic way. 

The building sub-committee approved a contract endorsed by the full committee 
with Kluz Associates for a facility design of a consolidated and renovated building at 
Hanover which will eliminate the need for our building now being leased from Ab- 
ington. The annual town meetings of our eight member towns will be asked to approve a 
bond issue by the school district. Since Cohasset has so few students at the school, the 
annual budget impact on our town should be small. 

The Committee has recognized the need in its district to generate a budget that will 
keep member assessments as low as possible while still providing a good quality of 
education that will attract more students. 

The Committee is deeply concerned that enrollment in Vo-Tech declined by forty 
students this year and we plan a program to appeal to prospective students and their 
parents. Vo-Tech should be seen as a strong resource for providing career training in its 
seventeen programs as well as for qualifying students for post-secondary education in- 
cluding four-year college. Each year about fifteen students graduate from Cohasset 
High School and go into the work force. The Committee hopes to attract such students 
at the ninth grade level to be trained in one of our seventeen programs. Each year 100% 



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of our graduates find jobs in their respective trades where the pay is better and where 
they are well received by their employers. 

Your Cohasset representative and Vo-Tech's guidance staff is always ready to 
discuss these opportunities at the school with any potential appUcants and parents. 

David Chittim, Cohasset Representative 
South Shore Vocational Technical District School Committee 



Sewer Commission 

The year 1987 was an excellent one for the Sewer Commission and the Town's 
wastewater plant. A private contractor was brought in to operate and maintain the 
Town's wastewater plant in late December 1986. This contractor was retained for all of 
1987 and the operation and maintenance results have been outstanding — and at lower 
cost to the Town. 

To appreciate fully the radical improvement in plant operation, we are listing 
below the number of months in 1987 and preceding years in which the Town's 
wastewater plant met the State/EPA standards of "30/30" (not more than 30 
milligrams per Hter of suspended soUds and not more than 30 milligrams per liter of 
BOD— biochemical oxygen demand): 





Number of Months 




the Plant Achieved 


Year 


State/EPA Standard 


1980 


Zero 


1981 


3 


1982 


3 


1983 


2 


1984 


1 


1985 


2 


1986 


Zero 


1987 


11 



Our plant would have had a perfect record for 1987 except for the month of April 
when it missed meeting the State/EPA "30/30" standard by the narrowest of margins. 
April was an exceptionally difficult month for all wastewater plants in the Com- 
monwealth because of near record rainfall. 

The Commissioners are fully satisfied with the manner in which the plant is being 
operated and maintained and expect continuing excellent results in 1988. 

In February, the State finally approved the HuU-Cohasset project, and the Com- 
missioners are now negotiating with the Town of Hull and the State on the details of ty- 
ing our small wastewater system in with the far larger plant in Hull. We expect this proj- 
ect will be under contract before the end of 1988. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles DeSantis, Chairman 
The Cohasset Sewer Commission 



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Social Service League of Cohasset, Inc. 

Board of Health Nursing Services 

The Social Service League, under contract with the Board of Health of Cohasset, 
offers Public Health Nursing Services to town residents. These services include family 
health, communicable disease follow-up and health promotion and education. The 
League office at 16 Highland Avenue is open for blood pressure checks, urine testing, 
blood sugar and anemia screening, tuberculin testing and general health consultation. 
The office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 

Blood pressure and Keep Well Clinics were held at monthly meetings of the 60 + 
Club and on a regular monthly schedule at the Senior Center, which is open to all 
residents and at 60 Elm St. for the residents there. 

Additional chnics available were: Blood Pressure check cHnic at the Post Office, 
four Flu Immunization Clinics in October and November and a cardiac profile screen- 
ing which included blood cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL. The Annual Health Fair, 
which was very well attended, was held in May and included many health screenings and 
various health services and resource information. In October, we presented a program 
entitled "AIDS Affects Us All," which was an educational panel that addressed the 
disease AIDS. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with the Board of Health Agent, Joseph 
Godzik and the members of the Board of Health. We will also continue to work closely 
with the Senior Center Director, Kathy Bryanton and the Council on Aging in pro- 
moting good health among the senior population. 

We are grateful to our many volunteers for their continued service and assistance to 
the Social Service League. 



Keep- Well Clinics 

Health Fair 

Flu Immunization Clinics 

Hypertension Screening 

TB Testing 

Follow-up Communicable Disease 

Health Promotion 



Session 

31 

1 
4 

Ongoing Programs 
Ongoing Programs 
Ongoing Programs 
Ongoing Programs 



Home Nursing Visits . 
Office Nursing Visits , 

Total Visits 



279 
475 



754 



Attendance 

443 
200 

225 



Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Anne Hansen, R.N. 
Board of Health Nurse 



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Report of Town Hall Building Committee 

After a few inevitable delays, the contract for construction was awarded to A. P. 
Whitaker & Sons of West Bridgewater and groundbreaking ceremonies were held on 
November 14, 1987. Since that time, work has been progressing at a rate such as to 
bring the project back on schedule for completion and occupancy in early Fall of 1988. 

Regulations requiring a more extensive sprinkler system than anticipated have 
added somewhat to costs, but careful construction management and favorable con- 
struction conditions may allow these additional costs to be absorbed within the budget 
funds already allocated. 

By this time next year this Committee expects it will be out of existence and takes 
this opportunity to thank the citizens of Cohasset for their generous support of its 
work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Benjamin S. Blake, Chairman 

Anthony Fasciano 

Colin Studds 

David Terry 

Joseph Wolf, Jr., Secretary 



Board of Water Commissioners 

In 1987, the Cohasset Water Department produced 227,354,800 gallons of water. 
This is approximately a 4.7*7o increase and is attributed to the dry summer and the many 
new in-ground sprinkler systems. Rainfall for the year was 52.66 inches. 

In comphance with the Commonwealth's Water Management Act (MGL 
Chap.21G), the community's water supply was registered. This initiated a process that 
will issue us a source permit before 1990. Amended Federal Safe Drinking Water Act re- 
quirements mandate additional testing and comphance that further provides you, with 
our assurance, of a safe drinking water supply. 

In November, the discovery of oil on Lily Pond resulted in an extensive cleanup 
process. However unfortunate, the efforts were successful and contamination of the 
pond was averted. 

The meter replacement program continued in 1987 with 172 units replaced in addi- 
tion to the installations for new consumers. 

The Board of Water Commissioners would hke to extend their appreciation to 
Superintendent Benjamin F. Curley and the men and women of the department for 
their good work and dedication to the community. We would like to thank all Town 
Departments for their cooperation, with special thanks to the Highway Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lot E. Bates 

Ronald H. Goodwin 

William J. Montuori 

Commissioners 

Benjamin F. Curley 
Superintendent 



— 161 



Report of the Committee to 

Survey the Structure and Functions of Town Govern- 
ment 

1 . The purpose of this Committee is to survey the structure and functions of Cohasset 
town government, its officers, departments and boards, and from time to time 
report its findings and recommendations, if any, to Town Meeting. 

2. The Committee has held meetings on a regular basis during the past year. We have 
had meetings and discussions with members of various committees, boards and 
town officials. 

3. The Committee recommended that the Board of Selectmen arrange for Cohasset to 
participate in the municipal financial management services program administered 
by the Division of Local Services of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. If 
requested, the Division of Local services will review, at no cost, the Town's finan- 
cial management procedures and practices. The Committee strongly endorses this 
program and has requested the Board of Selectmen to take advantage of this op- 
portunity to have the Town's financial procedures evaluated. 

4. During September and October of 1987, the Committee conducted a survey of all 
town officials, committees and boards to obtain recommendations and comments 
concerning the structure and function of the various components of the Town 
government. We are currently in the process of evaluating the responses which were 
submitted. The information obtained from the survey will be used to assist the 
Committee in its work during the coming year. 

5. At the request of several committees and boards, the Committee is currently 
reviewing the possibility of establishing a full-time position of Town Engineer. 
Such a position may be necessary due to the substantial increase in engineering 
services required by state laws applicable to health, environmental and conserva- 
tion matters. 

During 1987, Committee member John P. Reardon, Jr. was succeeded by Herbert 
Williams, Jr. 

Respectfully submitted, by: 

John J. O'Donnell, Jr., Chairman 

Wilson Pile, Secretary 

Chartis Langmaid 

Jean Cotton 

John Whoriskey 

Richard Horn 

Herbert Williams, Jr. 



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Fire Department 

I hereby submit the annual report of the Cohasset Fire Department for the year 
ending December 31, 1987. 

A statistical analysis of the Department responses for the year is as follows: 

Structure Fires 40 

Motor Vehicle Accidents 43 

Motor Vehicle Fires 14 

Medical Calls 456 

Brush/Outdoor Fires 31 

Investigations 185 

Assistance/Miscellaneous 312 

Inspections 354 

Total Responses 1 ,435 

Mutual Aid to Surrounding Towns: 

Rendered 123 

Received 29 

At the end of 1987, the Fire Department was operating the following apparatus: 

Engine 21, 1987 Pierce Dash 1250 GPM Pumper. 

Engine 2, 1961 Pirsch 750 GPM Pumper Engine 

Engine 3, 1979 Farrar/Duplex 1250 GPM Pumper Engine 

Engine 4, 1973 Farrar/Ford 1000 GPM Pumper Engine 

Ladder 1, 1978 Seagrave 100 Foot Aerial Ladder 

Forestry 1, 1982 Farrar/Ford 4 WD 100 GPM Brush Fire 

Pumper 

Ambulance 28, 1985 Wheeled Coach/Ford Class I Ambulance 

Car 20, 1987 Ford 4-Door Sedan 

The medical calls that the Department responds to are continuing to increase in 
numbers. The statistical breakdown of the medical responses is as follows: 

Total Runs 611 

Number of Persons Transported 343 

Persons Treated at Scene 112 

Mutual Aid Rendered 80 

Mutual Aid Received 9 

Total Miles Traveled 10,330 

The new pumper, a 1987 Pierce Dash 1250 GPM, approved at the 1986 Town 
Meeting arrived and was placed into service during August. Engine 3 refurbishing, 
which was approved at the 1987 Town Meeting, was awarded to the E. J. Murphy Com- 
pany of Ashland, Massachusetts and work began in December. The pumper is expected 
to return to service in February of 1988. Several vehicles were disposed of by the bid 
system, a 1980 Dodge Sedan, a 1954 Pirsch Pumper, and a 1953 Ford Pumper. 

The Department firefighters have progressed in a training and development pro- 
gram and continue to perform professionally at fires, motor vehicle accidents, and 
other emergencies. Their efforts have saved lives and property that would otherwise 
have been lost. There have been several personnel changes. In May, William A. Sestito 



— 163 — 



was hired as a temporary firefighter to reduce overtime during firefighter Conley's in- ^ 
jured leave. Firefighter Richard M. Conley retired from the department on October 23 % 
and firefighter Edward P. Barrow passed away on December 18. Both of these men had 
many years of service and valuable experience, both will be deeply missed. As of the end 
of the year the Board of Selectmen had begun the process with Civil Service to fill the 
two positions. 

I would like to thank the Board of Selectmen, Department Heads and especially the 
members of the Fire Department for their continued support and cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Daniel F. Brock 
Chief of Department 



\ 



164 — 



Town Accountant 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1987. 
This report includes the following: 

GENERAL FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. State and County Assessments 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Federal Revenue Sharing 

3. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Special Revenue Funds 

4. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Highway Improvements 

WATER FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Retained Earnings: 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

DEFERRED REVENUE 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

TRUST FUNDS: 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balances 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS: 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 

Funds for the following unpaid bills for fiscal year 1987 were appropriated at the 
Special Town Meeting, October 26, 1987: 

McGowan, Engel, Tucker & Garrett $ 812.66 

Warner & Stackpole 32,540.90 

Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo 4,728.63 

P. A. Landers Co. 20,399.10 

M. Gratta Construction Co. 1,648.60 

Mass. Municipal Association 35.00 

$60,164.89 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary J. Matthews 
Town Accountant 



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TOWN OF COHASSET Schedule GF-2 

General Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 

Property Taxes (Net of Provision for Abatements $218,335.89) 
Real Estate $6,945,053.23 

Personal Property 74,398.33 

Tax Liens Redeemed 31,272.50 $7,050,724.06 



Fines: 






District Court of East Norfolk 


12,860.00 




Parking Fines 


11,415.26 


24,275.26 


Licenses and Permits: 






Selectmen: 






Alcoholic Beverages 


14,695.00 




Facilities Permits 


22,234.00 




All Other 


4,742.99 




Town Clerk — Gasoline Storage 


650.00 




Police Department— licenses and permits 


496.75 




Building Department: 






Gas 


1,273.00 




Plumbing 


6,828.00 




Building permits 


46,374.00 




Certificates of Inspections 


1,695.00 




Wire Department — Permits 


2,949.00 




Harbor Department 


31,274.00 


133,211.74 


Grants from State: 






Schools: 






Chapter 70 Aid 


590,813.00 




Transportation of Pupils CH 71 Sec 7 A 


75,642.00 




School Related Trans CH 71A 


6,050.00 




Construction of School Projects CH645 


95,352.49 




Highways: 






Highway Fund 


23,989.00 




Highway & Transit Fringe MBTA Communities 19,400.00 




Lottery, Beano, Charity Games 


101,175.00 




Addtl. Asst. General Fund Appro. 






to Local Aid Fund 


469,776.00 




MBTA Assessment Refund 


105,049.00 




Reimbursement for loss of taxes: 






Veterans, bUnd and elderly & state owned land 


16,098.84 




Additional Aid to PubHc Libraries 


2,080.00 




Cultivation & Protection of Shellfish 


131.59 




Regional School Assessment Reduction 


472.00 




Tuition State Wards 


24,312.00 


1,530,340.92 


Total General Revenue 




$8,738,551.98 


Commercial Revenue: 






Special Assessments — Sewer: 






Fiscal 1987 


1,955.26 




Prior Years 


110.75 




Paid in Advance 


1,518.75 


3,584.76 



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Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 

1984 and prior 2,168.09 

1985 3,253.12 

1986 (less refunds $5,955.15) 74,703.03 

1987 (less refunds $ 2,155.61) 277,681.82 357,806.06 

Vessel Excise Taxes (less refund $131.21) 12,694.85 

Total Commercial Revenue 374,085.67 

Departmental Revenue: 
Planning Board: 



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Topographical Maps 


265.00 






Filing Fees 


8,004.80 






Enginering Fees 


13,488.20 


21,758.00 




Zoning Board of Appeals — Fees and Miscellaneous 




4,316.00 




Conservation Commission— Filing Fees 




825.00 




Selectmen— Miscellaneous 




2,083.40 




Treasurer-Collector : 








Fees for Services 


11,362.60 






Miscellaneous 


3,430.50 


14,793.10 




Town Clerk: 








Fees for services 


325.00 






Miscellaneous 


4,745.95 


5,070.95 




Police: 








Miscellanous 


674.50 






Surcharge for Off-Duty Details 


9,564.95 


10,239.45 




Fire: 








Ambulance Service (less refunds $268.15) 


9,510.12 






Inspections and Miscellaneous 


3,043.80 


12,553.92 




Building Inspector— Miscellaneous 




2,050.00 




Sealer of Weights and Measurers — Fees 




364.75 




Dog Officer— Fees 




100.00 




Board of Health: 








Engineering Fees 


850.00 






Disposal Area Fees 


19,259.50 






Dumping Fees from Private Landfill 


31,844.00 






Recycling Income 


114.80 






Miscellaneous 


12,951.36 


65,019.66 




Sewer User Charges 




19,907.74 




Harbor— Application Fees & Misc. 




239.87 




Schools— Miscellaneous 




368.87 




Library Fines and Forfeits 




7,164.68 




Recreation Program Fees 




8,052.00 




Cemeteries— Burials 




6,775.00 




Total Department Revenue 






181,682.39 


Unclassified Revenue: 








Rents 


9,102.00 






Use of Town Hall 


6,760.99 






Miscellaneous Receipts 


14,360.57 


30,223.56 





— 171 — 



Interest: 
Deposits and Investments 
Sewer Assessments 
Property Taxes 
Motor Vehicle Excise 

Total Revenues 

Less: 
Current Year Expenditures 
Prior Year's Expenditures 

Encumbrances & Continued Approp. 
Excess of Expenditures Over Revenues 



89,468.38 

806.81 

45,251.35 

1,829.35 



9,544,463.08 
112,936.03 



137,355.89 



9,657,399.11 



167,579.45 
9,461,899.49 



208,246.86 9,865,645.97 
(403,746.48) 



Other Financing Sources: 
Transfers from Trust Funds 
Transfers from Special Revenue 
Transfers from Federal Revenue Sharing 
Stabilization Fund 
Waterways Improvement Fund 
Audubon Proceeds 
Principal from Sale of Bonds 
Reimbursement — Hurricane Gloria 
Reimbursement — Workers' Comp. Premium 
Insurance Reimbursements 

Total Other Financing Sources 

Other Financing Uses: 
State and County Assessments 
Expenditures from Trust Funds 
Transfer to Special Revenue 
Transfer to Water Department 

Total Other Financing Uses 

Excess of expend. & other uses over revenues & other sources 
Unreserved Fund Balance July 1, 1986 
Add: Prior Year Encumbrances closed 214,213.52 

Approp. from unreserved fund 

balance in Fiscal 1987 349,702.68 

Reserve for Fiscal 1986 underestimate 
of State and County Assessments 



Less: Underestimates of Fiscal 1987 State 
& County assessments 
Appropriated for Fiscal 1988 expenditures 
Provision for unprovided abatements 

Unreserved Fund Balance June 30, 1987 



1,946.21 

18,916.00 

370,449.65 

13,327.57 



26,387.45 

7,537.00 

34,682.74 

138,000.00 

10,000.00 

19,226.00 

60,000.00 

41,183.00 

1,523.70 

15,576.08 



309,399.14 

26,387.45 

34,394.00 

1,666.43 



927,822.77 



565,862.41 



(402,693.22) 



354,115.97 



(371,847.02 ) 
(421,477.53) 



163,169.19 
$669,514.43 



— 172 



REPORT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES Schedule GF-S 


FISCAL 87 CLOSE OUT LEDGER- 


-GENERAL FUND 






Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 












Elected Officials 


5,500.00 




4,697.84 




802.16 


^L Clerical Salaries 


28,645.56 




29,833.52 


1,130.24 


57.72 


H Temporary Employees 


1,116.63 




2,049.82 


940.00 


6.81 


B Schd#101 Pers. Services 


35,262.19 




36,581.18 


2,070.24 


751.25 


R & M Office Equipment 


400.00 




309.61 




90.39 


Advertising 


600.00 




1,725.90 




1,125.90 


Telephone 


1,400.00 




2,062.57 




662.57 


Contract Services 


2,500.00 




725.00 


500.00 


2,275.00 


^L Office Supplies & Expenses 


1,000.00 




1,444.88 




444.88 


WL Postage 


550.00 




476.75 




73.25 


^H Printing & Stationery 


225.00 


2,800.00 


387.82 


2,800.00 


162.82 


^" Facility Permits 


1,600.00 




1,066.03 




533.97 


Recycling Shed/Eagle Scout Proj . 1 00.00 




100.00 






m Unclassified Supplies 


475.00 




759.07 




284.07 


K Travel & Meetings 


1,900.00 




1,620.62 




279.38 


H Dues 


1,000.00 




950.00 




50.00 


K Schd#102 General Exp. 


11,750.00 


2,800.00 


11,628.25 


3,300.00 


621.75 


B Photocopy Rental 


3,300.00 




3,232.53 




67.47 


Photocopy Supplies 


1,600.00 




1,582.50 




17.50 


Postage Meter Rental 






387.00 


400.00 


13.00 


^ Schd #108 Equip. Rental 


4,900.00 




5,202.03 


400.00 


97.97 


UL Other Professional Services 


10,000.00 




15,203.32 


5,203.32 




P Schd #116 Collect. Bargain 


10,000.00 




15,203.32 


5,203.32 




Feasibility Study 












"Little Harbor" 


12,000.00 


7,774.95 


4,225.05 






Schd. #198 Art. 7 4/5/86 


12,000.00 


7,774.95 


4,225.05 






Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 


73,912.19 


10,574.95 


72,839.83 


10,973.56 


1,470.97 


Dept. No. 4 Executive Secretary 










Department Head 


35,200.00 




35,110.40 




89.60 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


35,200.00 




35,110.40 




89.60 


^- Travel & Meetings 


615.00 




663.52 




48.52 


K Mileage Allowance 


300.00 








300.00 


H Dues 


250.00 




20.00 




230.00 


K Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,165.00 




683.52 




481.48 


^ft Dept. No. 4 Exec. Secretary 


36,365.00 




35,793.92 




571.08 


Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 












Data Processing Services 


1,500.00 




1,299.98 




200.02 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,500.00 




1,299.98 




200.02 


Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 


1,500.00 




1,299.98 




200.02 


Dept. No. 9 Moderator 












Elected Official 


125.00 




125.00 






^ Schd #101 Pers. Services 


125.00 




125.00 






-_ 


125.00 


— 173 — 


125.00 







Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Committee 








Clerical Salaries 


250.00 






250.00 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


250.00 






250.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


60.00 






60.00 


Postage 


30.00 


2.30 




27.70 


Travel & Meetings 


130.00 






130.00 


Dues 


90.00 


90.00 






Schd#102 General Exp. 


310.00 


92.30 




217.70 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Comm 


1. 560.00 


92.30 




467.70 


Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 










Transfers 


115,500.00 




(115,500.00) 




Schd#138 Reserve Fund 


115,500.00 




(115,500.00) 




Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 


115,500.00 




(115,500.00) 




Dept. No. 15 Elections & Town Meeting 








Salaries — Part Time 


1,307.00 


1,285.38 




21.62 


Clerical Salaries 




6,917.52 


6,357.96 


559.56 


Temporary Employees 


7,995.00 


6,935.53 


446.00 


1,505.47 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


9,302.00 


15,138.43 


6,803.96 


967.53 


R & M Office Equipment 


75.00 


75.00 






Voting Machine Services 


3,272.00 


3,264.96 




7.04 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


300.00 


637.39 


299.00 


38.39 


Postage 


1,100.00 


1,179.48 




79.48 


Printing & Stationery 


1,245.00 


1,013.92 




231.08 


Posting Notices 


90.00 


180.00 




90.00 


Transp. Election Materials 


10.00 


10.00 






Travel & Meetings 


25.00 


25.00 






Dues 


20.00 


20.00 






Schd#102 General Exp. 


6,137.00 


6,405.75 


299.00 


30.25 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


82.90 


80.47 




2.43 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


82.90 


80.47 




2.43 


Postage 


450.00 


293.92 




156.08 


Printing & Stationery 


2,000.00 


2,156.08 




156.08 


Schd. #150 T.M. Warrant 


2,450.00 


2,450.00 






Purchase/Ballot Counter 




9,900.00 


9,990.00 


90.00 


Schd #179 FY 87— STM 6/23/86 


9,900.00 


9,990.00 


90.00 


Dept. No. 15 Elections & TM 


17,971.90 


33,974.65 


17,092.96 


1,090.21 


Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 










Advertising 


75.00 75.00 








Book Binding 


100.00 100.00 








Printing & Stationery 


6,000.00 


6,823.00 


823.00 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


6,175.00 175.00 


6,823.00 


823.00 




Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 


6,175.00 175.00 


6,823.00 


823.00 




Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant 








Department Head 


27,500.00 


27,500.00 






Clerical Salaries 


29,089.25 


18,547.04 




10,542.21 



174 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


56,589.25 


46,047.04 




10,542.21 


In-Service Training 


225.00 






225.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


160.00 


139.00 




21.00 


Telephone 


1,164.00 


1,187.82 


100.00 


76.18 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


800.00 


823.30 




23.30 


Postage 


25.00 


132.00 


66.00 


41.00 


Travel & Meetings 


1,000.00 


1,217.88 


100.00 


117.88 


Dues 


35.00 


175.00 




140.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


3,409.00 


3,675.00 


266.00 




Office Equip. & Furniture 


150.00 


150.00 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


150.00 


150.00 






Computer Maintenance 


15,282.00 


15,304.68 




22.68 


Telephone 


350.00 


416.37 




66.37 


Computer Supplies 


750.00 


723.41 




26.59 


Computer Paper/Forms 


1,224.00 


973.50 




250.50 


Schd #109 Central Comput( 


^r 17,606.00 


17,417.96 




188.04 


Wage Adjustment Acct. 




(29,688.77) 


(29,688.77) 




Schd #179 FY87— STM 6/23/86 


(29,688.77) 


(29,688.77) 




Upgrade Computer System 


453.58 


15,553.58 


15,100.00 




Schd #194 Art 3 6/17/85 










«fe STM FY87 


453.58 


15,553.58 


15,100.00 




Dept. No. 25 Town Acct. 


78,207.83 


53,154.81 


(14,322.77) 


10,730.25 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 










Elected Officials 


3,700.00 


3,264.33 




435.67 


Clerical Salaries 


22,347.37 


27,655.49 


5,308.12 




Longevity 


250.00 


516.67 


266.67 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


26,297.37 


31,436.49 


5,574.79 


435.67 


In-Service Training 


300.00 






300.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


85.00 






85.00 


Professional Assessor 


10,143.00 


10,175.00 




32.00 


Maintenance of Maps 


3,735.00 3,735.00 








Telephone 


500.00 


397.76 




102.24 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


750.00 


360.43 




389.57 


Postage 


500.00 


1.45 




498.55 


Printing & Stationery 


1,400.00 


1,099.14 




300.86 


Posting Notices 


30.00 


15.00 




15.00 


Property Transfers 


175.00 


147.01 




27.99 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 


121.26 




178.74 


Dues 


135.00 


106.00 




29.00 


Subscriptions 


142.00 


128.00 




14.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


18,195.00 3,735.00 


12,551.05 




1,908.95 


Revalue Real Estate 


8,700.00 


5,700.00 




3,000.00 


Schd. #190, Art. 22 April 6, 


1985 8,700.00 


5,700.00 




3,000.00 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 


53,192.37 3,735.00 


49,687.54 


5,574.79 


5,344.62 



Dept. No. 35 Treasurer-Collector 

Elected Officials 27,985.00 27,985.00 



— 175 — 



A 


appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Clerical Salaries 


34,731.00 


36,994.72 


2,264.88 


1.16 


Longevity 


150.00 


216.67 


66.67 




Schd#101 Pers. Services 


62,866.00 


65,196.39 


2,331.55 


1.16 


In-Service Training 


250.00 


291.83 




41.83 


R & M Office Equipment 


150.00 


166.40 




16.40 


Telephone 


1,104.00 


1,175.25 


100.00 


28.75 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


732.00 


741.80 




9.80 


Postage 


4,300.00 


4,616.10 


250.00 


66.10 


Printing & Stationery 


300.00 


264.26 




35.74 


Computer Supplies 


498.50 


334.42 




164.08 


Note Certification 


275.00 


195.00 




80.00 


Tax Liens 


300.00 


125.72 




174.28 


Travel & Meetings 


120.00 


613.72 


200.00 


293.72 


Dues 


80.00 


135.00 




55.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


8,109.50 


8,659.50 


550.00 




Office Equip. & Furniture 


50.00 


49.00 




1.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


50.00 


49.00 




1.00 


Payroll & Bank Chgs. 




20,000.00 


20,000.00 




Schd #179 FY 87-STM 6/23/86 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 




Tax Foreclosure Exp. 


6,370.00 


5,935.00 


18,000.00 


5,695.00 


Schd #199 MGL Ch.60 Sec.SOB 6,370.00 


5,935.00 


18,000.00 


5,695.00 


Dept. No. 35 Treas-Collector 


71,025.50 6,370.00 


99,839.89 


40,881.55 


5,697.16 


Dept. 39 Town Clerk 










Elected Official 


21,048.00 


22,360.00 


1,312.00 




Clerical Salaries 


14,203.00 


15,019.03 


816.03 




Longevity 




100.00 


100.00 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


35,251.00 


37,479.03 


2,228.03 




R & M Office Equipment 


95.00 


95.00 






Telephone 


420.00 


390.36 




29.64 


Book Binding 


100.00 






100.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


300.00 


591.59 




291.59 


Postage 


225.00 


213.05 




11.95 


Printing & Stationery 


125.00 


103.00 




22.00 


Travel & Meetings 


163.00 


35.00 




128.00 


Dues 


60.00 


60.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,488.00 


1,488.00 






Office Equip. & Furniture 


70.00 


70.00 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


70.00 


70.00 






Dept. No. 39 Town Clerk 


36,809.00 


39,037.03 


2,228.03 




Dept. No. 45 Law 










Legal Services 


12,000.00 


32,000.00 


20,000.00 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


12,000.00 


32,000.00 


20,000.00 




Legal Services 


64,000.00 


98,988.59 


35,000.00 


11.41 


Schd #128 Town Counsel 


64,000.00 


98,988.59 


35,000.00 


11.41 


Legal Services 




58,911.58 


58,911.58 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev. 


Yr. 


58,911.58 


58,911.58 




Dept. No. 45 Law 


76,000.00 


189,900.17 


113,911.58 


11.41 



— 176 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. 47 Personnel Committee 

Office Supplies & Expenses 100.00 

Postage 50.00 

Dues 70.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 220.00 

Training for Dept. Heads in 
Employee Evaluation & Booklets 2,175.00 
Schd. #195 STM Dec. 9, 1985 2,175.00 
Dept. No. 47 Personnel Comm. 2,395.00 

Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 



Clerical Salaries 


1,989.42 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


1,989.42 


Advertising 


2,200.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


Postage 


250.00 


Dues 


30.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


2,680.00 


Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 


4,669.42 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 




Clerical Salaries 


7,684.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


7,684.00 


Advertising 


500.00 


Engineering Services 


20,000.00 


Other Professional Services 


800.00 


Telephone 


600.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


Postage 


150.00 


Printing & Stationery 


1,600.00 


Other Expenses 


300.00 


Dues 


60.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


24,210.00 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


475.00 


Sched#103 Capital Outlay 


475.00 


Engineering Services 




Schd. #146 Unpaid Bills— Prev 


. Yr. 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 


32,369.00 


Dept. 65 Town Hall 




Custodial Services 


16,167.00 


Temporary Employees 


200.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


16,367.00 


Electricity 


5,000.00 


Fuel 


4,000.00 



Rental & Service of Water Cooler 480.00 

Building Maintenance 1,275.00 3,140.00 

Custodial Supplies 750.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 11,505.00 3,140.00 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


68.54 




31.46 


22.00 




28.00 


50.00 




20.00 


140.54 




79.46 


2,175.00 






2,175.00 






2,315.54 




79.46 


2,209.96 


226.29 


5.75 


2,209.96 


226.29 


5.75 


1,885.67 




314.33 


908.38 


712.25 


3.87 


249.60 




.40 


30.00 






3,073.65 


712.25 


318.60 


5,283.61 


938.54 


324.35 


4,119.58 




3,564.42 


4,119.58 




3,564.42 


349.11 




150.89 


15,116.62 




4,883.38 
800.00 


596.49 




3.51 


146.72 




53.28 


173.69 




23.69 


499.50 




1,100.50 


124.96 




175.04 


60.00 






17,067.09 




7,142.91 


475.00 






475.00 






1,328.02 


1,328.02 




1,328.02 


1,328.02 




22,989.69 


1328.02 


10,707.33 


16,371.12 


4.12 


200.00 
200.00 


16,371.12 


4.12 




5,085.53 




85.53 


2,612.00 




1,388.00 


440.50 




39.50 


3,402.93 


3,870.76 


1,397.17 


591.20 




158.80 


12,132.16 


3,870.76 


103.60 



k 



— Ill — 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Handicap Access Ramp 4,500.00 4,500.00 

Schd #179 FY 87— STM 6/23/86 4,500.00 4,500.00 

Improve/Equip Town Hall 14,920.46 5,079.54 20,000.00 

Schd #180 STM 6/23/86 FY87 14,920.46 5,079.54 20,000.00 
Capital Improvements to Town Hall & 

Purchase Equipment 650.73 613.00 37.73 

Air Conditioning/TH Offices 7,735.00 7,772.73 37.73- 

Schd #197 TM June 17, 1985 8,385.73 8,385.73 

Dept. No.65 Town Hall 36,257.73 22,560.46 41,968.55 28,374.88 103.60 

Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 

Electricity 600.00 535.09 64.91 

Fuel 800.00 643.60 156.40 

Water Service 1,175.00 997.59 177.41 

Building Maintenance 1,000.00 970.74 29.26 

Schd #102 General Exp. 3,575.00 3,147.02 427.98 
Marker to Identify Govt Island 

Parking Lot 500.00 176.00 324.00 

Schd #163 Art 38 ATM 4/5/86 500.00 176.00 324.00 
Interior Renovation 

1st Floor Bates Bldg. 379.47 379.47 

Schd #173 Art 15 June 18 1984 379.47 379.47 
Repairs & Improv. 

John Smith Memorial 262.74 262.44 .30 

Schd. #174, Art 46 June 18, 1984 262.74 262.44 .30 

Plans/Specs TH Addtn. 6,000.00 1,958.61 4,041.39 

Schd. # 184 Art 13 4/6/85 6,000.00 1,958.61 4,041.39 

Dept. No. 66 Town BuUdings 10,717.21 2,338.08 7,626.85 752.28 

Dept. No. 71 Pensions 

Pension Costs 269,624.00 250,130.95 19,493.05 
Schd #118 Norfolk Cty 

Retirement System 269,624.00 250,130.95 19,493.05 

Non-Contr. Pensions 3,300.00 3,316.80 16.80 

Schd #119 Non-Con. Pensions 3,300.00 3,316.80 16.80 

Pension Costs 50,000.00 50,000.00 

Schd #120 Sp. Ret. Fund 50,000.00 50,000.00 

Dept. No. 71 Pensions 322,924.00 303,447.75 16.80 19,493.05 



27,304.00 27,696.00 

322.36 322.36 

47,763.00 32,237.00 

47,763.00 22,859.00 

2,270.00 347.00- 

1,571.00 

1,524.00 60.00 

950.00 50.00- 

25,324.00 2,313.00 

340.00 37.00 

2,033.80 186.20 
11,664.00 
6,665.00 



Dept. No. 76 Insurance 




Workers' Compensation 


55,000.00 


Insurance Deductible 




General LiabiUty 


80,000.00 


Fire 


70,622.00 


Boilers 


1,923.00 


Watercraft 


1,571.00 


Crime Bond- All Employees 


1,584.00 


Surety 


900.00 


Motor Vehicles 


27,637.00 


Call Firemen Disability etc. 


377.00 


Public Officials & 




Employee LiabiUty 


2,220.00 


Police Professional Liability 


11,664.00 


Police & Fire Accident 


6,665.00 



— 178 



Schd#102 General Exp. 260,163.00 

Life Insurance 4,704.00 

Health Insurance 298,333.59 
Medicare/Towns Share 

Schd#123 Group Ins. 303,037.59 

Dept. No. 76 Insurance 563,200.59 

Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 

Gas Pump Maintenance 275 .00 

Topographic Maps 

Unclassified SuppHes 65.00 

Flags 190.00 

Repair Town Clock 
Unclassified Supplies & Expense 
Schd#102 General Exp. 530.00 

Flagpole Maintenance 1 ,200.00 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 1,200.00 

Fees Related to Gift of 

Lundquist Prop, on Jerusalem Rd. 
Schd #110 Engineering Services 
Unemployment Insurance 
Schd #124 Unemployment Ins. 
Transfers to Trust Fund 80,000.00 

Schd. #157 Stabilization Fund 80,000.00 
Other Professional Services 6,000.00 

Schd. #158 Audit of Accounts 6,000.00 
Repairs to Roadway & Retaining 

Wall on Jerusalem Road 1 ,000.00 

Schd. #197 TM June 17, 1985 1,000.00 
Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 88,730.00 



800.00 
800.00 



600.00 
600.00 

1,000.00 
1,000.00 
2,400.00 



173,923.16 
3,582.35 

315,069.76 
5,908.92 

324,561.03 

498,484.19 



969.62 

87.50 

193.40 

500.00 
1,750.52 



1,925.00 

1,925.00 

553.36 

553.36 

80,000.00 

80,000.00 

10,800.00 

10,800.00 



322.36 

22,377.00 

22,377.00 
22.699.36 



900.00 
150.00 



500.00 

500.00 

2,050.00 



1,925.00 
1,925.00 
[,353.36 
[,353.36 



5,400.00 
5,400.00 



86,562.20 

1,121.65 

5,640.83 

5,908.92 

853.56 

87,415.76 



205.38 
62.50 
65.00 
3.40- 

500.00 

829.48 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 



95,028.88 10,728.36 



2,029.48 



Dept. No. 101 Police Department 

Department Head 40,048.76 

Salaries— Full Time 373,330.88 

Salaries— Part Time 14,400.00 

Custodial Services 5,000.00 

Matron Services 500.00 

Clerical Salaries 6,645.60 

Overtime 56,803.01 

Longevity 5,450.00 

Educational Credits 3,300.00 

Paid HoHdays 18,549.73 

Schd #101 Pers. Services 524,027.98 

Uniform Allowance 7,650.00 

Cleaning Service 1 ,000.00 

In-Service Training 1 ,200.00 

R & M Motor Vehicles 6,000.00 

R&M Office Equip. 1,500.00 

Radio & Equip. Maint. 2,500.00 

Medical Expense 1,000.00 

Safety Education 250.00 

Telephone 4,500.00 

Court Expenses 500.00 



40,007.22 
392,559.10 

4,320.00 

459.00 

4,270.00 

88,557.88 

5,066.67 

2,900.00 

19,417.35 

557,557.22 

7,227.29 

890.67 

779.21 

4,540.70 

1,066.35 

2,522.41 

490.50 

251.75 

3,514.73 

125.00 



39,289.31 



208.80 
4,667.01 



1,743.68 
45,908.80 



41.54 

20,061.09 

14,400.00 

680.00 

41.00 

2,584.40 

27,087.86- 

383.33 

400.00 

876.06 

12,379.56 

422.71 

109.33 

420.79 

1,459.30 

433.65 

22.41- 

509.50 

1.75- 

985.27 

375.00 



179 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure 
Amount to New Year Amount 



Transfer 
Amount 



Closed to 
Revenue 



Care of Prisoners 


250.00 


209.07 


40.93 


Gasoline 


17,600.00 


11,533.53 


6,066.47 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


1,500.00 


1,555.04 


55.04 


Printing & Stationery 


1,000.00 


766.78 


233.22 


Photo Supplies 


500.00 


493.90 


6.10 


Custodial Supplies 


600.00 


462.62 


137.38 


Officer Accessories 


1,000.00 


474.27 


525.73 


Ammunition 


200.00 


195.00 


5.00 


Public Safety Supplies 


300.00 


349.55 


49.55 


Travel & Meetings 


150.00 


72.00 


78.00 


Dues 


150.00 


172.00 


22.00 


Subscriptions 


75.00 




75.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


49,425.00 


37,692.37 


11,732.63 


Equip/ Seasonal Officer 


4,140.00 


1,653.60 


2,486.40 


Investigator Jackets 


1,350.00 


1,242.00 


108.00 


3 Cruisers 


33,239.00 


33,897.50 


658.50 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


38,729.00 


36,793.10 


1,935.90 


Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. 


612,181.98 


632,042.69 45,708.80 26,048.09 


Dept. No. 103 Fire Department 






Salaries — Full Time 








Federal Revenue Sharing 


90,000.00 


89,682.74 


317.26 


Schd. #100Fed. Rev. Shar. 


90,000.00 


89,682.74 


317.26 


Department Head 


37,289.00 


37,203.10 


85.90 


Salaries— Full Time 


438,454.00 3,881.51 430,643.80 


3,928.69 


Clerical Salaries 


6,786.00 


4,332.50 349.20 2,802.70 


Call Firemen 


20,000.00 4,083.49 12,035.00 3,881.51 7,763.02 


Temporary Employees 




2,374.97 


2,374.97 


Overtime 


52,514.00 


77,407.23 10,195.48 14,697.75 


Longevity 


4,200.00 


4,701.42 


501.42 


Education Credits 


3,955.00 


2,604.52 


1,350.48 


Paid HoUdays 


23,429.00 


23,427.47 


1.53 


Emergency Medical Tech. 


18,968.00 


17,326.18 


1,641.82 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


605,595.00 7,965.00 612,056.19 14,426.19 


Uniform Allowance 


5,187.00 


5,565.22 


378.22 


Cleaning Service 


50.00 


58.99 


8.99 


In-Service Training 


3,083.40 


2,423.81 


659.59 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


6,000.00 


5,089.84 


910.16 


R & M Equipment 


500.00 


765.51 


265.51 


R & M Office Equipment 


150.00 


184.13 


34.13 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


950.00 


1,378.11 


428.11 


Medical Expense 


1,500.00 


60.87 


1,439.13 


Telephone 


4,000.00 


5,025.81 


1,025.81 


Gasoline 


4,700.00 


3,585.43 


1,114.57 


Diesel Fuel 


1,200.00 


529.85 


670.15 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


500.00 


1,019.17 


519.17 


Stationery 


300.00 


326.18 


26.18 


Custodial Supplies 


900.00 


898.68 


1.32 


Replacement/Protective Gear 


3,000.00 


4,842.09 


1,842.09 


Equipment/Call Men 


3,000.00 


1,690.61 


1,309.39 


Hose 


1,500.00 


950.00 


550.00 


Shared Ambulance Expense 


500.00 


500.00 




Travel & Meetings 


600.00 


185.10 


414.90 



180 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dues 


350.00 




347.00 




3.00 


Subscriptions 


122.00 




49.82 




72.18 


Fire Prevention 


1,027.00 


11.60 


992.18 




23.22 


Emergency Medical Service 


2,400.00 




1,559.12 




840.88 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


41,519.40 


11.60 


38,027.52 




3,480.28 


Equipment 


2,900.00 




2,715.21 


200.00 


384.79 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


950.00 




950.00 






Communications System 


10,251.00 




8,372.00 


(2,251.00) 


372.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


14,101.00 




12,037.21 


(2,051.00) 


12.79 


Electricity 


4,400.00 




5,990.62 


113.55 


1,477.07 


Fuel 


8,000.00 


494.10 


6,284.61 




1,221.29 


2 Telephones 


450.00 






(450.00) 




Building Maintenance 


3,000.00 




4,844.22 


2,100.00 


255.78 


Schd#lll Fire & Police 












Hdqtrs. 


15,850.00 


494.10 


17,119.45 


1,763.55 




Hydrants — Cohasset 












Water Co. 


77,100.00 




76,500.00 




600.00 


Hydrants— Hingham 












Water Co. 


12,069.00 




9,092.72 


(1,429.00) 


1,547.28 


Schd #112 Hydrant Services 


89,169.00 




85,592.72 


(1,429.00) 


2,147.28 


1000 GPM Pumper 


138,000.00 




137,902.00 




98.00 


Schd #136 Art 27 ATM 4/5/86 


138,000.00 




137,902.00 




98.00 


Self-Cont. Breathing Apparatus 25,000.00 




24,964.32 




35.68 


Schd #144 Art 28 ATM 5/5/86 


25,000.00 




24,964.32 




35.68 


Medical Expense 


101.35 








101.35 


Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev. Yr. 101 .35 








101.35 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




300.00 






Schd #147 Out of State Travel 


300.00 




300.00 






4 Ch Tel. & Radio Record 






4,077.87 


4,130.00 


52.13 


Schd #179 FY 87 STM 6/23/86 




4,077.87 


4,130.00 


52.13 


Plans & Specs for Renov. 












Police/Fire Sta. 


20,000.00 


3,450.00 


16,550.00 






Schd #195 Sp.TM Dec. 9, 1985 


20,000.00 


3,450.00 


16,550.00 







11,920.70 1,038,310.02 16,839.74 6,244.77 



Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park 




Department Head 


27,159.00 


Wages-Permanent 


35,654.76 


Temporary Employees 


9,000.00 


Overtime 


1,054.72 


Longevity 


150.00 


Schd No #101 Pers. Services 


73,018.48 


Uniform Allowance 


150.00 


Electricity 


400.00 


Fuel 


1,000.00 


Contract Tree Maintenance 


2,000.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


2,200.00 


R & M Equipment 


2.500.00 


Tennis Court Maintenance 


100.00 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


100.00 


Garage Rental 


3,600.00 


Rubbish Removal 


1,500.00 


Advertising 


100.00 



26,241.92 




917.08 


31,309.36 


1,818.04 


6,163.44 


8,811.25 




188.75 


4,653.71 


2,451.00 


1,147.99 


266.67 


116.67 




71,282.91 


4,385.71 


6,121.28 


196.85 




46.85 


567.32 




167.32 


653.21 




346.79 


2,801.00 




801.00 


2,818.08 




618.08 


5,602.77 


1,600.00 


1,502.77 


107.64 




7.64 


163.04 




63.04 


3,600.00 






895.00 




605.00 
100.00 



181 — 



A 


Appropriation C 


;arry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Telephone 


400.00 




473.54 




73.54- 


Contract Services 


500.00 




600.00 




100.00 


Gasoline 


5,250.00 




3,251.58 




1,998.42 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 




39.06 




10.94 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 




55.27 




44.73 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 




102.20 




2.20 


Tools 


800.00 




668.64 




131.36 


Insecticides & Herbicides 


1,000.00 




952.84 




47.16 


Trees 


1,200.00 




1,181.30 




18.70 


Unclassified Supplies 


950.00 




905.39 




44.61 


Flowers 


250.00 




123.84 




126.16 


Travel & Meetings 


125.00 




144.04 




19.04- 


Dues 


40.00 




29.78 




10.22 


Schd No. 102 General Exp. 


24,415.00 




25,932.39 


1,600.00 


82.61 


Equipment 


11,650.00 




11,310.75 




339.25 


Milliken Fid. Improvements 


8,000.00 




7,987.59 




12.41 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


19,650.00 




19,298.34 




351.66 


Wages— Permanent 


3,079.86 




766.05 




2,313.81 


Schd #104 Pers. ServTr. FD 


3,079.86 




766.05 




2,313.81 


Milliken Fid. Improvement 


19,965.80 




12,425.80 


16,761.00 


24,300.00 


Schd #197 TM 6/17/85 


19,965.80 




12,426.80 


16,761.00 


24,300.00 


Dept No. 109 Tree & Park 


140,129.14 




129,706.49 


22,746.71 


33,469.36 


Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department 










Department Head 


23,808.00 




24,334.56 


433.68 


92.88 


Temporary Employees 


9,801.00 




9,418.74 




382.26 


Longevity 


200.00 




350.00 


150.00 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


33,809.00 




34,103.30 


583.68 


289.38 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 








100.00 


Electricity 


525.00 




526.62 




1.62 


Telephone 


450.00 




537.74 




87.74 


GasoHne 


1,500.00 




1,164.19 




335.81 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


250.00 




448.20 




198.20 


Postage 


150.00 




159.97 




9.97 


Building Maintenance 


154.66 




10.26 




144.40 


Wharf & Float Maintenance 


500.00 




208.45 




291.55 


Boat Maintenance 


700.00 




1,428.71 


244.82 


483.89- 


Marine Supplies 


800.00 


V 


890.34 




90.34- 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




300.00 






Dues 


35.00 




35.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


5,464.66 




5,709.48 


244.82 




Fix Steps/Pier & 4 Walls 












Lawrence Wharf 


5,500.00 


5,500.00 








Float Maint. at 












Govt. Island Pier 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 








1986 40 HP Outboard 












Engine Net of Trade In 


2,590.00 




2,190.00 




400.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


9,590.00 


7,000.00 


2,190.00 




400.00 


Grid of Cohasset Harbor 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 




Schd #129 STM— Spec. Article 


5,000.00 




5,000.00 




Replace Float & Runway 












at Govt Island 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 





182 — 



I 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Schd #161 Spec. Article 


5,000.00 




5,000.00 




Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 


48,863.66 17,000.00 


42,002.78 


10,828.50 


689.38 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const 


t. 








Salaries— Part Time 


500.00 


500.00 






Schd #101 Per s. Services 


500.00 


500.00 






Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 






50.00 


Posting Notices 


75.00 






75.00 


Mileage Allowance 


60.00 


77.70 




17.70 


Dues 


35.00 


15.00 




20.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


220.00 


92.70 




127.30 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const. 


720.00 


592.70 




127.30 


Dept. No. 113 Building Inspector 








Department Head 


28,336.00 


27,195.88 




1,140.12 


Clerical Salaries 


12,716.20 


12,971.70 




255.50 


Temporary Employees 


250.00 


105.80 




144.20 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


41,302.20 


40,273.38 




1,028.82 


Gas Inspections 


1.200.00 


1,222.00 




22.00 


Plumbing Inspections 


4,500.00 


4,134.00 




366.00 


Telephone 


550.00 


635.17 




85.17 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


400.00 


382.85 




17.15 


Postage 


125.00 


125.00 






Printing & Stationery 


200.00 


234.31 




34.31 


Photo SuppHes 


35.00 


10.32 




24.68 


Unclassified Supplies 


100.00 


120.00 




20.00 


Travel & Meetings 


480.00 


620.29 




140.29 


Mileage Allowance 


1,000.00 


1,147.13 


147.13 




Dues 


25.00 


35.00 




10.00 


Subscriptions 


50.00 


119.39 




69.39 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


8,665.00 


8,785.46 


147.13 


26.67 


Dept. No. 113 BIdg. Insp. 


49,967.20 


49,058.84 


147.13 


1,055.49 


Dept. No. 119 Weights/Measure 








Department Head 


750.00 


750.00 






Schd #101 Pers. Services 


750.00 


750.00 






Office Supplies & Expenses 


175.00 






175.00 


Travel & Meetings 


175.00 






175.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


350.00 






350.00 


Dept. No. 119 Wts/Measure 


1,100.00 


750.00 




350.00 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Department 








Department Head 


28,336.00 


28,945.76 


609.76 




Wages— Permanent 


23,761.44 


24,721.92 


960.48 




Temporary Employees 


5,970.42 


5,348.42 




622.00 


Overtime 


2,740.08 


3,943.61 


585.00 


618.53 


Longevity 


350.00 


625.00 


275.00 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


61,157.94 


63,584.71 


2,430.24 


3.47 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 






100.00 


R & M Motor Vehicle 


700.00 


1,243.53 




543.53 


Radio & Equipment Maint. 


50.00 


212.90 




162.90 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 


732.42 




467.58 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


100.00 






100.00 



k 



— 183 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Postage 55.00 54.00 1.00 

Public Safety Supplies 5,200.00 5,211.89 11.89- 

Travel & Meetings 125.00 60.00 65.00 

Mileage Allowance 1,800.00 1,800.00 

Dues 65.00 80.00 15.00 

Schd #102 Gen. Expenses 9,395.00 9,394.74 .26 

R&M. Motor Vehicles 1,300.00 1,300.00 

Wire Reel 225.00 225.00 

Flashing Units/Traffic Lights 300.00 286.12 13.88 

Rotary Percussion Core 

Bits & Adapters 250.00 245.00 5.00 

Alarm Wire & Hdwe 741.11 750.00 8.89 
Fire Alarm Movement & 

Outer Red Cases 500.00 500.00 
Electric Voltmeter & 



Leakage Tester 


200.00 


181.30 




18.70 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


2,775.00 


3,253.53 


750.00 


271.47 


Fire Alarm Control Box 


16,050.00 


16,970.00 


950.00 


30.00 


Schd #132 Art 17, April 6, 1985 


16,050.00 


16,970.00 


950.00 


30.00 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Dept. 


89,377.94 


93,202.98 


4,130.24 


305.20 


Dept. 131 Civil Defense 










Salaries— Part Time 


250.00 


200.00 




50.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


250.00 


200.00 




50.00 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


25.00 






25.00 


Travel & Meetings 


80.00 






80.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


105.00 






105.00 


Dept. No. 131 Civil Defense 


355.00 


200.00 




155.00 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 










Salaries— Part Time 


3,292.00 


2,706.24 




585.76 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


3,292.00 


2,706.24 




585.76 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


500.00 


534.26 




34.26 


Telephone 


150.00 


143.35 




6.65 


Boarding Animals 


600.00 


579.66 




20.34 


Animal Disposal 


200.00 


185.00 




15.00 


Gasoline 


350.00 


123.84 




226.16 


Unclassified Supplies 


300.00 


495.30 




195.30 


Travel & Meetings 


75.00 


30.00 




45.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


2,175.00 


2,091.41 




83.59 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 


5,467.00 


4,797.65 




669.35 


Dept. No. 200 School Department 








Assessment 




36,292.00 


36,292.00 




Schd #137 SS Reg. Sch. Dist. 




36,292.00 


36,292.00 




Two School Buses 


60,000.00 


61,500.00 


1,500.00 




Schd #159 Art 33 ATM 4/5/86 


60,000.00 


61,500.00 


1,500.00 




Clerical Salaries — Admin. 


1,295.00 


942.04 




352.96 


Contracted Serv. 










Adm. Negotiations 


6,500.00 


7,635.93 




1,135.93 


Adm. Legal Counsel 


1,000.00 






1,000.00 


SuppHes & Mat. /Adm. 


150.00 






150.00 



— 184 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Other Expenses Administration 

Art's Program 

Instate Travel 

Workshop/Conference 

Prof. Materials 

Professional Dues 

Postage 

Advertising 

Salary Reserve 

Research & Development 
Schd#1100 School Comm. 
Prof. Salaries— Adm. 
Sec/Salaries — Adm . 
Contr. Serv.— Adm. Xerox 
Supplies & Materials— Adm. 
Other Expenses — Administration 

Instate Travel 

Workshop/Conference 

Prof. Materials 

Professional Dues 

Postage 

Out of State Travel 
Schd #1200 Supt's Office 
Bookkeeper/Salary — Adm. 

Peak Time Help 
Contr. Serv. — Adm. 
Supplies/Materials 
Other Expenses 

Postage 

Advertising 
Prof. Salary— Adm. 

Tutoring 
Sec/ Salary 
Contracted Services 
Other Expenses 

Group Testing 
Supplies Material 

Instate Travel 

Workshop/Conference 

Prof. Materials 

Professional Dues 
Schd #1210 Asst. toSupt. 
Professional Salaries— H.S 

English 

Math 

Science 

Social Studies 

Foreign Language 

Physical Education 

Health Education 
Schd #2100 Supervision 
Osgood School 
Prof . Salaries 43,771.00 



1,000.00 

200.00 

1,000.00 

350.00 

1,500.00 

500.00 

1,500.00 

25,000.00 

4,000.00 

43,995.00 

55,000.00 

20,000.00 

1,200.00 

800.00 



600.00 

50.00 

600.00 

700.00 

4,000.00 

82,950.00 

17,108.00 

3,000.00 

8,360.00 

1,800.00 

600.00 

700.00 

500.00 

45,465.00 

5,000.00 

15,394.00 

12,000.00 

800.00 

3,500.00 

1,200.00 

500.00 

200.00 

120.00 

116,247.00 

4,876.00 
2,600.00 
5,060.00 
4,876.00 
5,060.00 
4,665.00 
4,254.00 
31,391.00 



1,708.68 
1,708.68 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 




1,000.00 




200.00 


1,120.00 


120.00 


215.75 


134.25 


1,523.00 


23.00 




500.00 


1,625.41 


125.41 


3,210.66 


20,080.66 


550.00 


3,450.00 


16,822.79 


25.463.53 


68,961.42 


13.961.42 


19,189.44 


810.56 


1,147.98 


52.02 


860.49 


60.49 


1,528.00 


1,528.00 


508.69 


91.31 


38.00 


12.00 


695.00 


95.00 


691.25 


8.75 


1,257.66 


2,742.34 


94,877.93 


11,927.93 


20,199.98 


3,091.98 


1,616.78 


1,383.22 


9,581.24 


1.221.24 


2,386.95 


586.95 




600.00 


700.00 




574.90 


74.90 


49,302.02 


3,837.02 


11,270.20 


6,270.20 


14,946.80 


447.20 


14,201.40 


2,201.40 




800.00 


2,778.31 


721.69 


615.00 


585.00 


551.92 


51.92 


125.00 


75.00 


135.00 


15.00 


128,985.50 


12,738.50 


4,875.39 


.61 


3,373.50 


773.50 


5.059.99 


.01 


4,875.39 


.61 


5,059.99 


.01 


4,664.92 


.08 


4,254.51 


.51 


32.163.69 


772.69 



43.771.00 



185 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 



Deer Hill School 




Prof. Salaries 


45,022.00 


Osgood Sch.-Clerical Sal. 


10,962.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Clerical Sal. 


14,508.00 


Osgood Sch.— Contr. Serv. 


4,100.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Contr. Serv. 


4,850.00 


Osgood Sch.— SuppUes/Mat. 


2,264.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Sup/Mat. 


3,000.00 


Osgood School— Other Expenses 


Instate Travel 


50.00 


Workshop/Conference 


60.00 


Professional Dues 


180.00 


Postage 


200.00 


Deer Hill School— Other Expenses 


Instate Travel 


50.00 


Workshop/Conference 


60.00 


Professional Dues 


200.00 


Postage 


200.00 


High School 




Prof. Salaries 


93,974.00 


Clerical Salaries 


30,464.00 


Contr. Services 


12,000.00 


Supplies/Materials 


12,250.00 


Other Expenses High School 




Instate Travel 


200.00 


Workshop/Conference 


295.00 


Prof. Materials 


100.00 


Professional Dues 


1,815.00 


Postage 


1,380.00 


Graduation 


1,340.00 


Assemblies 


100.00 


Printed Materials 


1,128.00 


Schd#22(X) Principals 


284,523.00 


Prof. Salaries— Osgood School 


Kindergarten 


60,792.00 


Grade 1 


116,254.00 


Grade 2 


86,418.00 


Grade 3 


117,915.00 


Music 


14,144.00 


Art 


15,549.00 


Physical Education 


19,578.00 


Gifted/Talented 


5,388.00 


Substitute Salary 


6,000.00 


Prof. Salaries— Deer Hill School 


Grade 4 


90,483.00 


Grade 5 


122,564.00 


Grade 6 


117,422.00 


Art 


15,549.00 


Physical Education 


33,734.00 


Gifted/Talented 


16,153.00 


Choral Music 


14,144.00 


Instrumental Music 


24,681.00 


Substitute Salary 


6,000.00 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


45,022.12 


.12 


12,978.70 


2,016.70 


15,283.06 


775.06 


1,994.13 


2,105.87 


1,870.88 


2,979.12 


5,003.27 


2,739.27 


3,339.32 


339.32 


47.25 


2.75 


48.16- 


108.16 


235.00 


55.00 


247.14 


47.14 


108.95 


58.95 


40.00 


20.00 


235.00 


35.00 


132.00 


68.00 


84,264.57 


9,709.43 


32,645.70 


2,181.70 


24,065.88 


12,065.88 


11,752.02 


497.98 


96.69 


103.31 


40.00 


255.00 


136.00 


36.00 


851.00 


964.00 


1,024.21 


355.79 


1,453.75 


113.75 


125.00 


25.00 


1,056.93 


71.07 


287,771.41 


3,248.41 


50,877.45 


9,914.55 


107,613.96 


8,640.04 


89,781.47 


3,363.47 


110,602.02 


7,312.98 


13,987.34 


156.66 


15,549.00 




19,261.52 


316.48 




5,388.00 


6,558.36 


558.36 


90,482.86 


.14 


115,163.36 


7,400.64 


117,421.46 


.54 


15,548.95 


.05 


33,734.09 


.09 


24,244.48 


8,091.48 


14,143.52 


.48 


14,517.33 


10,163.67 


8,070.48 1,432.61 637.87- 



186 



I 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Aide Salary— Osgood School 

Activity Aide 8,072.00 9,524.63 1,452.63 

Aide Salary— Deer Hill School 

47.07 
368.83 



487.18 

147.07 
492.61 - 
780.71 
34.89 
150.00 
346.54 
311.31 

296.41 

595.73 
238.47 
905.33 
362.10 

13.43- 
340.84 

65.25 

623.68 



322.52 
8.00 

4,981.33 

500.46 

4,957.53- 

7,994.62 

838.40 

35.25- 

150.00 

150.00 

7.70- 
7,332.59 
6.73 
5,604.95 
234.43 
497.13 
.14- 
.51- 
.43 
618.39 



Instructional Aide 


9,333.00 


9,380.07 


Activity Aide 


9,600.00 


9,968.83 


Contracted Services— Deer Hill 




AssembUes 


200.00 


200.00 


Transportation 


600.00 


112.82 


SuppUes/Materials— Osgood School 




Kindergarten 


946.00 


798.93 


Grade 1 


2,304.00 


2,796.61 


Grade 2 


4,737.00 


3,956.29 


Grade 3 


3,326.00 


3,291.11 


Music 


150.00 




Art 


900.00 


553.46 


Gifted Talented 


333.00 


21.69 


SuppHes/Materials— Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


3,220.00 


3,516.41 


Grade 5 


4,234.00 


3,638.27 


Grade 6 


4,370.00 


4,131.53 


Art 


1,490.00 


584.67 


Physical Education 


1,000.00 


637.90 


Gifted/Talented 


757.00 


770.43 


Choral Music 


390.00 


49.16 


Instrumental Music 


122.00 


56.75 


Other Expenses— Osgood School 




Workshop/Conference 


800.00 


176.32 


Tuition Courses 


500.00 


500.00 


Other Expenses— Deer Hill School 




Workshop/Conference 


650.00 


327.48 


Tuition Courses 


500.00 


508.00 


Special Education 






Prof. Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


63,186.00 


58,204.67 


Prof. Sal.-Deer Hill 


119,300.00 


119,800.46 


Aide Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


17,092.00 


22,049.53 


Aide Sal.-Deer Hill Sch. 


8,891.00 


16,885.62 


Sup/Mat.— Osgood Sch. 


1,600.00 


761.60 


Sup./Mat.— Deer Hill 


1,700.00 


1,735.25 


Other Expenses Osgood School 




Tuition Courses 


150.00 




Other Expenses— Deer Hill 






Tuition Courses 


150.00 




Prof. Salaries High School 






English 


279,097.00 


279,104.70 


Math 


187,028.00 


194,360.59 


Science 


191,863.00 


191,869.73 


Social Studies 


135,969.00 


130,364.05 


Foreign Language 


184,768.00 


184,533.57 


Business Education 


63,507.00 


63,009.87 


Industrial Arts 


65,010.00 


65,010.14 


Home Economics 


56,098.00 


56,098.51 


Alternative School 


16,253.00 


16,252.57 


Music 


44,939.00 


44,320.61 



— 187 



Art 


21,084.00 


Physical Education 


114,879.00 


Health Education 


28,363.00 


Gifted/Talented 


2,888.00 


Substitute Salary 


8,000.00 


Instr Aide Salary— H.S. 




HS Math Lab 


9,333.00 


Field Trip Salary— H.S. 




Science 


800.00 


Music 


1,300.00 


Contracted Services— H.S. 




English 


400.00 


Business Education 


2,125.00 


Music 


200.00 


High School Supplies 




English 


276.00 


Math 


1,620.00 


Science 


7,807.00 


Social Studies 


179.00 


Foreign Language 




Business Education 


1,900.00 


Industrial Arts 


3,561.00 


Home Economics 


2,800.00 


Alternative School 


17.00 


Music 


1,449.00 


Art 


2,275.00 


Physical Education 


2,900.00 


Health Education 


1,124.00 


Other Expenses High School 




Math 


275.00 


Workshop/Conference 


500.00 


Tuition Courses 


3,750.00 


Special Education 




Prof Salaries H.S. 


81,032.00 


Aide Salary H.S. 


8,262.00 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 


196.00 


Other Expenses H.S. 




Tuition Courses 


300.00 


Schd#2300 Teaching 2,687,498.00 


Textbooks Osgood School 




Grade 1 


300.00 


Grade 2 


444.00 


Grade 3 


328.00 


Textbooks— Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


1,270.00 


Grade 5 


1,130.00 


Grade 6 


1,170.00 


Textbooks Special Education 




Osgood School 




Deer Hill School 


425.00 


Textbooks— High School 




EngHsh 


2,864.00 


Math 


4,152.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 

to New Year 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


21,083.40 


.60 


114,538.54 


340.46 


28,363.01 


.01 




2,888.00 


12,786.42 


4,786.42 


8,614.26 


718.74 


150.20 


649.80 


307.37 


992.63 


232.16 


167.84 


1,782.00 


343.00 


252.50 


52.50 


301.45 


25.45 


1,618.37 


1.63 


6,587.22 


1,219.78 


157.92 


21.08 


237.00 


237.00 


1,289.21 


610.79 


3,891.15 


330.15 


2,207.13 


592.87 


15.90 


1.10 


1,560.06 


111.06 


2,532.40 


257.40 


2,991.40 


91.40 


1,152.78 


28.78 


75.00 


200.00 


504.37 


4.37 


3,216.00 


534.00 


80,796.29 


235.71 


8,716.05 


454.05 


264.75 


68.75 


1,194.50 


894.50 


2,654,839.29 1,432.61 34,091.32 


500.51 


200.51 


1,096.05 


652.05 


185.25 


142.75 


243.77 


1,026.23 


61.39 


1,068.61 


93.30 


1,076.70 


458.36 


458.36 


243.54 


181.46 


2,440.83 


423.17 


2,547.97 


1,604.03 



188 — 



:xpenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


1,974.05 




187.95 


1,034.17 




32.17 


2,140.39 




142.61 


1,400.26 




365.26 


406.89 




53.89 
464.00 


294.60 




44.60 


150.00 






163.53 




369.47 


208.74 




94.74 


15,643.60 




4,785.40 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Science 2,162.00 

Social Studies 1,002.00 

Foreign Language 2 , 28 3 . 00 

Business Education 1 ,035 .00 

Home Economics 353.00 

Alternative School 464.00 

Music 250.00 

Art 150.00 

Health Education 533.00 

Special Education 1 14.00 

Schd#2400 Textbooks 20,429.00 

Prof. Salaries— Deer Hill School 

Library Teacher 21,585.00 21,584.42 .58 

Clerical Sal. Osgood School 

Library Technician 7,494.00 7,906.08 412.08- 

Supplies/Materials — Osgood School 

18.94 
41.20 
9.85- 

153.83 
75.55- 
13.65 

5,686.03- 
299.47- 

272.00- 

271.29 
199.86- 

175.88 
10.10- 

47.58 

100.00 
6,141.99- 

260.00 
4.11- 

240.00 
150.00 
212.35 
4.86- 

71.78 

83.00- 
204.05 

226.23 
2.60 



Books 


600.00 


581.06 


Periodicals 


120.00 


78.80 


General Supplies 


100.00 


109.85 


Supplies/Materials — Deer Hill School 




Books 


1,000.00 


846.17 


Periodicals 


200.00 


275.55 


General Supplies 


250.00 


236.35 


Prof Salaries High School 






Librarian 


20,084.00 


25,770.03 


A/V Coordinator 


25,301.00 


25,600.47 


Clerical Salaries High School 






Library Technician 


9,996.00 


10,268.00 


Contracted Services— H.S. 






Rebinding 


1,000.00 


728.71 


Contracted Services 


500.00 


699.86 


Supplies/Materials — H.S. 






Books 


5,000.00 


4,824.12 


Periodicals 


2,000.00 


2,010.10 


General Supplies 


500.00 


452.42 


Other Expenses— H.S. 






Postage 


100.00 




Schd #2500 Library 


95,830.00 


101,971.99 


Supplies/Materials — Osgood School 




Grade 3 


260.00 




Music 


50.00 


54.11 


Supplies/Materials— Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


240.00 




Grade 5 


150.00 




Grade 6 


310.00 


97.65 


Choral Music 


27.00 


31.86 


Library 


1,000.00 


928.22 


Special Education 






Osgood School 




83.00 


Deer Hill School 


475.00 


270.95 


SuppHes/Mat.— High School 






English 


1,525.00 


1,298.77 


Math 


100.00 


97.40 




— 189 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Science 


1,900.00 


Social Studies 


1,500.00 


Foreign Language 


818.00 


Business Education 


900.00 


Home Economics 


340.00 


Alternative School 


218.00 


Music 


255.00 


Art 


125.00 


Physical Education 


60.00 


Health Education 


1,143.00 


Library 


1,700.00 


Schd #2600 Audio- Visual 


13,096.00 


Youth Adjustment Counselor 




Osgood School 


10,543.00 


Deer Hill School 


10,543.00 


Prof Sal. H.S. 


108,460.00 


Clerical Sal. H.S. 


15,692.00 


Contracted Services 




Xerox 


1,000.00 


Supplies/Mat.H.S. 


1,900.00 


Other Expenses H.S. 




Instate Travel 


300.00 


Workshop/Conference 


500.00 


Prof. Materials 


724.00 


Professional Dues 


390.00 


Postage 


700.00 


Microfilming 


200.00 


Schd #2700 Guidance 


150,952.00 


Clerical Sal. Admin. 


12,530.00 


Schd #3100 Attendance 


12,530.00 


Prof. Salaries— Admin. 


9,385.00 


Nurses Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


7,788.00 


Nurses Sal.-Deer Hill Sch. 


7,788.00 


Contracted Services 




Osgood Sch.— Laundry 


60.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Laundry 


60.00 


Supplies/Materials 




Osgood Sch. — Gen. Supp. 


400.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Gen. Supp. 


350.00 


Other Expenses 




Osgood Sch.— Instate Trave 


1 50.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Instate Travel 20.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Workshop/Conf.25.00 


Nurses Sal.-H.S. 


14,833.00 


SuppUes/Mat. HS— Gen. 


654.00 


Other Expenses 




Instate Travel 


25.00 


Workshop/Conference 


50.00 


Schd #3200 Health 


41,488.00 


Other Sal.— Admin. 


67,520.00 


Sup./Mat.—Adm.— Gas/Oil 


17,000.00 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


1,516.53 


383.47 


1,478.96 


21.04 


392.63 


425.37 


848.77 


51.23 




340.00 




218.00 


288.37 


33.37 


294.35 


169.35 


51.80 


8.20 


1,023.75 


119.25 


1,871.44 


171.44 


10,628.56 


2,467.44 


15,454.22 


4,911.22 


15,454.22 


4,911.22 


108,167.93 


292.07 


16,542.00 


850.00 


52.50 


947.50 


1,620.05 


279.95 


45.08 


254.92 


610.24 


110.24 


620.81 


103.19 


264.00 


126.00 


656.80 


43.20 


65.00 


135.00 


159.552.85 


8,600.85 


12,988.40 


458.40 


12,988.40 


458.40 


9.901.00 


516.00 


9.270.48 


1.482.48 


9,270.45 


1.482.45 




60.00 




60.00 


572.45 


172.45 


363.70 


13.70 




50.00 




20.00 




25.00 


15,428.40 


595.40 


852.58 


198.58 




25.00 


10.00 


40.00 


45,669.06 


4,181.06- 


84,224.84 


16,704.84- 


14.307.35 


2.692.65 



— 190 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Other Expenses— Admin. 








Medical Exam 


250.00 


330.00 


80.00 


Drivers Training 


250.00 


150.00 


100.00 


Storage of Buses 


3,840.00 


3,840.00 




Schd #3310 Oper. of Buses 


88,860.00 


102,852.19 


13,992.19 


Contr. Serv. Admin. 








Bus/Vehicle Repairs 


24,000.00 


33,986.90 


9,986.90 


Sup. /Mat. Admin. 








Tires 


4,000.000 


3,186.89 


813.11 


Safety Supplies 


100.00 




100.00 


Medical Supplies 


100.00 




100.00 


Misc Supplies 


100.00 


73.54 


26.46 


Schd #3350 Maint. of Buses 


28,300.00 


37,247.33 


8,947.33 


Contr. Carriers — Buses 




966.00 


966.00 


Spec Ed Trans. 


24,000.00 


28,211.43 


4,211.43 


Schd #3370 Contr. Carriers 


24,000.00 


29,177.43 


5,177.43 


Prof Salaries— H.S. 








Athletic Director 


5,025.00 


5,050.02 


25.02 


Coaches 


44,687.00 


51,923.24 


7,236.24 


Medical 


2,080.00 


3,400.85 


1,320.85 


Other Salaries— H.S. 








Officials Timers etc. 


11,446.00 


11,738.50 


292.50 


Police 


1,320.00 


1,360.00 


40.00 


Transportation 




560.00 


560.00 


Contr. Services— H.S. 


2,500.00 




2,500.00 


Reconditioning 


7,000.00 


8,632.85 


1,632.85 


Ice Time 


8,000.00 


4,510.00 


3,490.00 


SuppHes/Mat. H.S. 


15,578.00 


18,740.00 


3,162.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 








Instate Travel 


400.00 


391.20 


8.80 


Professional Dues 


1,100.00 


1,845.00 


745.00 


Insurance 


2,000.00 


2,112.50 


112.50 


Misc Supplies 


2,000.00 


1,990.51 


9.49 


Awards 


600.00 


649.85 


49.85 


Schd #3510 Athletics 


103,736.00 


112,904.52 


9,168.52 


Prof Salaries— H.S. 








Senior Class Play 


945.00 


945.00 




Dramatics 


1,670.00 


1,670.00 




Student PubHcations 


3,285.00 


3,284.00 


1.00 


Debating 


810.00 


946.00 


136.00 


Class Advisors 


814.00 


816.00 


2.00 


Math League 


1,052.00 


1,052.00 




Supplies/Materials— H.S. 








Student Publications 


200.00 


175.98 


24.02 


Debating 


250.00 


178.59 


71.41 


Other Expenses— H.S. 








Student Council Tran 


100.00 




100.00 


National Honor Soc. 


100.00 


109.75 


9.75 


Schd #3520 Student Activ. 


9,226.00 


9,177.32 


48.68 


Other Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


37,875.00 


38,017.52 


142.52 


Overtime 


1,800.00 


913.49 


886.51 


Other Sal.— Deer Hill 


38,025.00 


37,452.81 


572.19 


Overtime 


1,800.00 


1,104.47 


695.53 



191 



Account Name 


Amount 


Sup./Mat.— Osgood School 




Custodial Supplies 


3,500.00 


Sup./Mat.— Deer Hill 


3,500.00 


Other Salaries— H.S. 


132,497.00 


Overtime 


6,000.00 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 


10,000.00 


Schd#4110 Custodial 


234,997.00 


Supplies/Materials 




Osgood School 


18,500.00 


Deer Hill School 


16,700.00 


High School 


34,700.00 


Schd#4120 Heat 


69,900.00 


Other Exp.— Osgood School 




Telephone 


2,500.00 


Electricity 


8,500.00 


Water 


700.00 


Other Exp.— Deer Hill School 




Telephone 


2,900.00 


Electricity 


9,000.00 


Water 


750.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 




Telephone 


16,500.00 


Electricity 


57,000.00 


Water 


6,200.00 


Gas/H.S. 


4,200.00 


Schd#4130 Utilities 


108,250.00 


Contr. Services 




Tree & Park Dept 


9,000.00 


SuppHes/Mat. Deer Hill School 1 ,000.00 


Schd #4210 Maint./Grounds 


10,000.00 


Contr. Serv. — Osgood School 




Sewers 


400.00 


Roof 


1,000.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


Carpentry 


500.00 


Heat/Vent 


2,000.00 


Misc. 


300.00 


Contr. Serv.— Deer Hill School 


Sewers 


500.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


Carpentry 


500.00 


Heat/Vent 


3,000.00 


Misc. 


2,500.00 


Supplies/Mat.— Osgood School 


Misc. 


500.00 


Painting 


500.00 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


Supplies/Mat.— Deer Hill School 


Misc. 


700.00 


Painting 


500.00 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


3,945.87 45.00 400.87 


3,767.76 


267.76 


136,760.23 


4,263.23 


5.571.81 


428.19 


10,004.75 


4.75 


237,538.71 45.00 2,496.71 


10,352.83 


8,147.17 


8,350.46 


8,349.54 


30,939.68 


3,760.32 


49,642.97 


20,257.03 


2,912.76 


412.76 


7,973.49 


526.51 


683.40 


16.60 


3,825.15 


925.15 


8,292.60 


707.40 


650.46 


99.54 


17,530.23 


1,030.23 


50,028.19 


6,971.81 


3,895.25 


2,304.75 


1,374.46 


2,825.54 


97,165.99 


11,084.01 


8,623.00 


377.00 




1,000.00 


8,623.00 


1,377.00 




400.00 




1,000.00 


300.00 


700.00 


182.36 


317.64 


834.86 


1,165.14 


745.50 


445.50 




500.00 


123.30 


876.70 


325.00 


175.00 


2,803.09 


196.91 


2,306.49 


193.51 


878.80 


378.80 


210.21 


289.79 


200.99 


299.01 


575.57 


124.43 


36.85 


463.15 


627.09 


127.09 



— 192 



I 



t 



\ 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Contracted Services— H.S. 








Sewers 


400.00 


875.67 


475.67 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


3,813.50 


2,813.50 


Carpentry 


4,000.00 


1,132.71 


2,867.29 


Masonry 


2,000.00 


808.58 


1,191.42 


Heat/Vent 


13,000.00 


17,630.10 


4,630.10 


Misc. 


2,500.00 


16,901.94 


14,401.94 


Supplies/Mat.— H.S. 








Misc. 


10,000.00 


15,668.39 


5,668.39 


Painting 


9,000.00 


2,190.82 


6,809.18 


Electrical Supplies 


3,000.00 


2,931.73 


68.27 


Schd #4220 Maint. Bldg. 


60,800.00 


72,103.55 


11,303.55 


Contracted Services 








Admin. Special Ed. 


100.00 




100.00 


Music 


160.00 




160.00 


Contr. Serv.— Deer Hill Sch 








Physical Education 


50.00 




50.00 


Choral Music 


80.00 




80.00 


Instrumental Music 


130.00 


68.00 


62.00 


Library 


150.00 


125.00 


25.00 


Contr. Serv.— Special Ed. 








Osgood School 


50.00 




50.00 


Deer Hill School 


50.00 




50.00 


High School 


700.00 


974.88 


274.88 


Math 


1,150.00 


287.41 


862.59 


Science 


1,400.00 


1,363.97 


36.03 


Foreign Language 


900.00 


1,480.80 


580.80 


Business Education 


1,000.00 


507.74 


492.26 


Industrial Arts 


700.00 


667.28 


32.72 


Home Economics 


350.00 


309.50 


40.50 


Music 


350.00 


513.50 


163.50 


Art 


300.00 


75.00 


225.00 


Physical Education 


400.00 


949.00 


549.00 


Health Education 


350.00 


181.48 


168.52 


Library 


2,200.00 


899.59 


1,300.41 


Schd #4230 Equip Maint. 








& Repair 


10,570.00 


8,403.15 


2,166.85 


Other Expenses — Admin. 








Sch. Com. Insurance 


2,000.00 


2,600.00 


600.00 


Unemp Insurance 


6,000.00 


1,922.96 


4,077.04 


Schd #5200 Fixed Expend. 


8,000.00 


4,522.96 


3,477.04 


Contr Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


2,700.00 


1,890.00 


810.00 


Schd #7200 Imp/Bldgs. 


2,700.00 


1,890.00 


810.00 


Acquisition of Equipment 








Osgood School 


330.00 


318.30 


11.70 


Deer Hill School 








Cust. Acquis, of Equip. 


1,778.00 


1,913.75 


135.75 


High School 








Math 


3,775.00 


2,150.00 


1,625.00 


Science 


3,146.00 


2,720.60 


425.40 


Business Education 


1,400.00 


1,402.96 


2.96 


Industrial Arts 


481.00 


481.00 




Music 


1,410.00 


1,011.20 


398.80 



— 193 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Art 


300.00 


300.00 






Health Education 


950.00 






950.00 


Library 


2,100.00 


1,497.89 




602.11 


Schd #7300 Acq. /Equip. 


15,670.00 


11,795.70 




3,874.30 


Repl. of Equip. 










Osgood School 










Music 


266.00 


335.20 




69.20- 


Physical Education 


214.00 


186.89 




27.11 


Deer Hill School 










Grade 4 


150.00 


12.00 




138.00 


Grade 5 


150.00 






150.00 


Grade 6 


150.00 






150.00 


Physical Education 


700.00 


697.53 




2.47 


High School 


555.00 






555.00 


Enghsh 


700.00 


667.70 




32.30 


Math 


1,000.00 


117.52 




882.48 


Science 


1,300.00 


1,298.21 




1.79 


Business Education 


160.00 


176.35 




16.35- 


Industrial Arts 


350.00 


350.00 






Home Economics 


749.00 


819.00 




70.00- 


Music 


600.00 


539.67 




60.33 


Library 


1,120.00 


1,695.71 




575.71- 


Schd #7400 Repl./Equip. 


8,164.00 


6,895.78 




1,268.22 


Tuition— Admin.— Voc. Sch 


. 36,292.00 


4,244.00 


(36,292.00) 


4,244.00- 


Schd #9100 Voc. Education 


36,292.00 


4,244.00 


(36,292.00) 


4,244.00- 


Tuition— Admin.— Day Sch. 


81,024.00 


114,893.76 




33,869.76- 


Residential Sch. 


45,500.00 


16,629.56 




28,870.44 


Summer Program 


1,500.00 


4,233.99 




2,733.99- 


Schd #9300 Other Than 










Public 


128,024.00 


135,757.31 




7,733.31- 


Dept. No. 200 School Dept. 


4,588,418.00 1,708.68 


4,589,648.98 


2,977.61 


37.95 


Dept. No. 300 Highway Department 








Elected Officials 


25,472.00 


26,040.00 


568.00 




Wages— Permanent 


92,798.54 


94,376.64 


2,280.34 


702.24 


Temporary Employees 


10,800.00 


6,370.00 




4,430.00 


Overtime 


3,333.00 


6,177.38 




2,844.38- 


Longevity 


200.00 


575.00 


375.00 




Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


132,603.54 


133,539.02 


3,223.34 


2,287.86 


Uniform Allowance 


200.00 


283.50 




83.50- 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


4,500.00 


3,380.20 




1,119.80 


R & M Equipment 


2,500.00 


4,652.54 




2,152.54- 


Street Signs 


1,000.00 


2,158.76 




1,158.76- 


Radio & Equip Maint. 


300.00 






300.00 


Street Lines 


4,000.00 


5,628.20 




1,628.20- 


Equipment Rental 


4,000.00 


4,165.00 




165.00- 


Brooks Maintenance 


1,000.00 


560.00 




440.00 


Roadside Mowing 


1,600.00 


2,060.00 




460.00- 


Advertising 


100.00 






100.00 


Telephone 


600.00 


757.95 




157.95- 


Contract Services 


4,000.00 


3,401.34 




598.66 


Gasoline 


6,000.00 


3,292.35 




2,707.65 


Diesel Fuel 


2,200.00 


1,257.28 




942.72 



194 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


150.00 




100.04 


49.96 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 




102.61 


2.61 


Tools 


500.00 




2,208.65 


1,708.65 


Sand Loam Stone 






6,627.86 


6,627.86 


Highway Materials 


31,207.00 




26,830.94 


4,376.06 


Pipe & Fittings 


4,000.00 




399.96 


3,600.04 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,200.00 




1,222.44 


22.44 


Travel & Meetings 


10.00 






10.00 


Dues 


40.00 




40.00 




Schd#102 General Exp. 


69,207.00 




69,129.62 


77.38 


Snow Plow 


4,100.00 




3,979.00 


121.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


4,100.00 




3,979.00 


121.00 


Overtime 


6,800.00 




12,921.05 


6,121.05 


R & M Equipment 


4,000.00 




6,728.64 


2,728.64 


Equipment Rental 


15,000.00 




22,244.50 


7,244.50- 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 




1,062.90 


137.10 


Sand Loam Stone 


5,000.00 




7,406.97 


2,406.97 


Salt 


13,000.00 




14,681.18 


1,681.18 


Schd#107 Snow Removal 


45,000.00 




65,045.24 


20,045.24 


Street & Trf . Lights 


43,000.00 




38,181.69 


4,818.31 


Schd#113 Street Lighting 


43,000.00 




38,181.69 


4,818.31 


Electricity 


700.00 




745.24 


45.24- 


Fuel 


1,850.00 




1,315.78 


534.22 


Building Maintenance 


300.00 




8.09 


291.91 


Schd#114 Garage Exp. 


2,850.00 




2,069.11 


780.89 


Replace Doane St.— Other Exp. 


156.23- 


156.23 




Replace Doane St.— Contract 


34,249.80 


33,527.48 


722.32 




Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


34,249.80 


33,371.25 


878.55 




New Truck Less Trade-In 


17,000.00 




17,000.00 




Schd #148 Art 31 ATM 4/5/86 


1 17,000.00 




17,000.00 




Electricity 


300.00 




109.18 


190.82 


Telephone 


200.00 




73.27 


126.73 


Schd #149 Salt Shed 


500.00 




182.45 


317.55 


New Sidewalk Roller 










Less Trade-In 


12,000.00 




9,034.62 


2,965.38 


Schd #156 Art 32 ATM 4/5/86 


. 12,000.00 




9,034.62 


2,965.38 


Repairs/Tide Gates at CAT Dam 1,995.00 




1,995.00 




Schd #175 Art 12 ATM 4/5/86 


. 1,995.00 




1,995.00 




Inspecting Certain Imp. to 










Bridges w/in Town 


14,000.00 


3,121.36 


10,878.64 




Schd #195 Spec.TM 12/9/85 


14,000.00 


3,121.36 


10,878.64 




Site Prep, for Constr. 










Salt Shed— Cedar St. 


6,091.58 


722.00 


5,369.58 




Repairs to Roadway & Ret. 










Wall Jerusalem Rd. 


8,000.00 


1,129.05 


6,870.95 




Schd #197 TM 6/17/85 


14,091.58 


1,851.05 


12,240.53 




Dept. No. 300 Highway 


390,596.92 


38,343.66 


364,153.47 3,223.34 8,676.87 



Dept. No. 403 Landfill 

Wages— Permanent 38,647.00 40,465.60 1,818.60 

Temporary Employees 1,910.00 1,841.84 50.63 118.79 

Longevity 250.00 516.67 266.67 

Paid Holidays 740.00 771.04 188.32 157.28 



— 195 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


41,547.00 




43,595.15 


2,324.22 


276.07 


Electricity 


1,050.00 




916.13 




133.87 


Rental/Serv. Water Cooler 


180.00 




240.05 




60.05 


Grounds Maintenance 


130.00 




99.04 




30.96 


R & M Equipment 


4,043.00 




11,941.86 


7,161.00 


737.86 


Equipment Rental 


775.00 




485.00 




290.00 


Rat Control 


360.00 




360.00 






Lab Tests 


3,480.00 




14.80 




3,465.20 


Advertising 


135.00 




169.30 




34.30 


Telephone 


228.00 




234.30 




6.30 


Contr. Services 


1,650.00 




1,215.00 




435.00 


Animal Disposal 


400.00 




610.00 




210.00 


Diesel Fuel 


5,000.00 




3,959.92 




1,040.08 


Building Maintenance 


175.00 




132.78 




42.22 


Landfill Cover 


86,621.00 




89,959.62 




3,338.62 


Unclassified Supplies 


175.00 




307.25 




132.25 


Tools 


200.00 




115.31 




84.69 


Schd #102 Gen. Exp. 


104,602.00 




110,760.36 


7,161.00 


1,002.64 


Glass Bin 


3,750.00 




3,750.00 






Monitoring Wells 


1,200.00 




1,200.00 






Front End Loader 


21,899.00 




21,898.56 




.44 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


26,849.00 




26,848.56 




.44 


Temporary Employees 


7,063.00 




7,030.43 




32.57 


Schd #105 RecycHng Payroll 


7,063.00 




7,030.43 




32.57 


R & M Equipment 


100.00 








100.00 


Container Rental 


22.25 




22.25 






Ship. Glass to Recycl. Plant 


246.00 




245.95 




.05 


Tools 


25.00 




2.20 




22.80 


Schd #106 Recycling Exp. 


393.25 




270.40 




122.85 


Other Prof. Services 


4,900.00 




5,020.00 




120.00 


Haz. Waste Insp. 


2,000.00 


1,880.00 






120.00 


Schd #110 Engineering Serv. 


6,900.00 


1,880.00 


5,020.00 






Landfill Cover 






8,780.20 


8,780.20 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev.Yr. 




8,780.20 


8,780.20 




Capping & Seeding 


32,624.00 


32,474.00 


150.00 






Schd #177 Art 14 ATM 4/5/86 


32,624.00 


32,474.00 


150.00 






Fence at the Cedar St. Landfill 


4,500.00 




4,360.00 




140.00 


Schd #178 Art 15 ATM 4/5/86 


4,500.00 




4,360.00 






Plans & Specs, Transfer Statior 


1 5,000.00 


5,000.00 








Schd #188 Art 31, 4/6/85 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 









Dept. No. 403 Landfill 229,478.25 39,354.00 206,815.10 18,265.42 1,574.57 

Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department 



Wages— Permanent 


48,138.10 


40,043.12 


(5,937.78) 


2,157.20 


Clerical Salaries 


8,346.00 


8,448.55 


271.44 


168.89 


Temporary Employees 


8,280.00 


1,712.50 


(6,567.50) 




Overtime 


1,685.00 


1,868.50 


(183.50) 


367.00 


Longevity 


200.00 


300.00 


100.00 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


66,649.10 


52,372.67 


(12,317.34) 


1,959.09 


Uniform Allowance 


200.00 101.22 81.94 




16.84 


Cleaning Service 


600.00 


372.75 




227.25 


In-Service Training 


100.00 


7.50 




92.50 


Electricity 


10,000.00 


5,747.41 




4,252.59 



— 196 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer 

Amount to New Year Amount Amount 



Closed to 
Revenue 



Fuel 


300.00 




187.81 




112.19 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


500.00 




161.20 




338.80 


R & M Equipment 


9,715.89 




3,819.17 




5,896.72 


R&M Office Equip. 


100.00 




34.50 




65.50 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


25.00 








25.00 


Advertising 


100.00 




35.20 




64.80 


Telephone 


1,500.00 




979.64 




520.36 


Contract Services 


14,000.00 


964.75 


58,425.31 


28,481.10 


16,908.96 


Lab Supplies 


650.00 




719.89 




69.89 


Chemicals 


11,000.00 




6,881.22 




4,118.78 


Gasoline 


400.00 




223.61 




176.39 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


600.00 




634.84 




34.84 


Postage 


330.00 




360.07 




30.07 


Printing & Stationery 


150.00 




78.00 




72.00 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 




290.11 




190.11 


Custodial SuppHes 


600.00 




416.20 




183.80 


Unclassified Supplies 


200.00 




14.94 




185.06 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




299.57 




.43 


Dues 


85.00 




8.00 




77.00 


Subscriptions 


75.00 




42.50 




32.50 


Tools 


1,200.00 




304.11 




895.89 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


52,830.89 


1,065.97 


80,125.49 


28,481.10 


120.53 


Equipment 


225.34 




224.67 




.67 


Influent Flow Meter 


6,500.00 


6,500.00 








Radios 


950.00 




912.30 




37.70 


Storage Shed 


1,500.00 




1,356.52 




143.48 


2 Sludge Pumps 


227.15 








227.15 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


9,402.49 


6,500.00 


2,493.49 




409.00 


Sewer Const. Proj 1 












Other Expenses 


1,439.20 


1,439.20 








Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


1,439.20 


1,439.20 








Legal Exp. for Waste 












Water Mgmt. Problems 






725.00 


725.00 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev. 


Yr. 




725.00 


725.00 




Portable Generator 


15,000.00 




13,946.05 




1,053.95 


Schd #176 Art 13 ATM 4/5/86 


> 15,000.00 




13,946.05 




1,053.95 


Legal Exp. /Waste Water 












Mgmt. Problems 






6,282.86 


6,500.00 


217.14 


Schd #179 FY87— STM 6/23/86 




6,282.86 


6,500.00 


217.14 


Grant Prog.— State Inflow/ 












Infil. Rehab. 




10,000.00 




10,000.00 




Schd #180 STM 6/23/86 FY87 


10,000.00 




10,000.00 




Dept. No. 407 Sewer Dept. 


145,321.68 


19,005.17 


155,945.56 


33,388.76 


3,759.71 


Dept. No. 481 Historical Committee 










Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 




20.40 




64.60 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 




20.40 




64.60 


Dept. No. 481 Historical Com 


85.00 




20.40 




64.60 


Dept. No. 482 Commoti Hist DC 










Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 




85.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 




85.00 






Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 85.00 




85.00 







— 197- 



A| 


ppropriation C 


:arry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 487 Conservation 












Clerical Salaries 


2,900.00 




5,492.75 


2,593.55 


.80 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


2,900.00 




5,492.75 


2,593.55 


.80 


Other Professional Serv. 


1,500.00 


284.00 


2,210.50 


1,000.00 


5.50 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


200.00 




283.38 




83.38 


Postage 


75.00 




202.33 




127.33 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 








100.00 


Dues 


165.00 








165.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


2,040.00 


284.00 


2,696.21 


1,000.00 


59.79 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


200.00 




200.00 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


200.00 




200.00 






Dept. No. 487 Conservation 


5,140.00 


284.00 


8,388.96 


3,593.55 


60.59 


Dept. No. 501 Board of Health 










Department Head 


26,103.00 




27,400.40 


1,613.00 


315.60 


Clerical Salaries 


13,907.20 




17,050.48 


3,084.27 


59.01 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


40,010,20 




44,450.88 


4,697.27 


256.59 


R&M Office Equip. 


50.00 








50.00 


So. Sh. Mental Health Assn. 


2,200.00 




2,200.00 






Hazardous Waste Insp. 


2,500.00 




10,604.93 


8,154.91 


49.98 


Lab Tests 


1,010.00 




1,004.99 




5.01 


Advertising 


350.00 




471.28 




121.28 


Engineering Services 


3,700.00 




1,910.00 




1,790.00 


Telephone 


1,200.00 




970.71 




229.29 


Contract Services 


935.00 




987.97 




52.97 


Office Supphes & Expenses 


1,200.00 




1,234.33 




34.33 


Postage 


353.00 




236.98 




116.02 


Printing & Stationery 


50.00 




96.82 




46.82 


Custodial Supphes 


125.00 




86.63 




38.37 


Unclassified Supplies 


25.00 


845.50 


414.69 




1,235.19 


Travel & Meetings 


290.00 




321.60 




31.60 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 




1,164.00 




36.00 


Dues 


100.00 




96.00 




4.00 


Subscriptions 


25.00 




25.00 






Rabies Chnic 


600.00 








600.00 


Household Hazardous Waste 












Collection Day 


7,000.00 


845.50 


4,320.24 




1,834.26 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


22,913.00 


1,691.00 


26,146.17 


8,154.91 


3,230.74 


Office Equip & Furniture 


380.00 




338.97 




41.03 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


380.00 




338.97 




41.03 


Mosquito Control 


2,500.00 




1,564.12 




935.88 


Schd #131 Art 10 ATM 4/5/86 


2,500.00 




1,564.12 




935.88 


Engineering Services 






3,555.07 


3,555.07 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev.Yr. 




3,555.07 


3,555.07 




Cost of Instl. Septic System 












(159 Sohier St.) 






6,500.00 


6,500.00 




Cost of Instl. Septic System 












(15 Parker Ave.) 






3,068.00 


3,068.00 




Schd #185 Court Judgement/ Oct. 




9,568.00 


9,568.00 




Dept. No. 501 Bd. of Health 


65,803.20 


1,691.00 


85,623.21 


25,975.25 


4,464.24 



198 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 503 Social Services League 










Nursing Services 


10,095.00 




10,094.00 




1.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


10,095.00 




10,094.00 




1.00 


Dept. No. 503 Soc. Serv. Lg. 


10,095.00 




10,094.00 




1.00 


Dept. No. 531 Council on Aging 










Social Activities 


525.00 




844.19 




319.19 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


600.00 




55.10 




544.90 


Radio Equip & Maint. 


100.00 




50.50 




49.50 


Meals on Wheels 


300.00 


83.00 


221.35 




4.35 


GasoUne 


1,500.00 




495.31 




1,004.69 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


155.00 


87.19 


766.42 




698.61 


Postage 


260.00 




632.30 


250.00 


122.30 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


3,440.00 


170.19 


3,065.17 


250.00 


454.64 


New Sr. Shuttle Bus 


9,800.00 


534.00 


9,266.00 






Schd#133 Art 18 ATM 4/5/86 


9,800.00 


534.00 


9,266.00 






Meals on Wheels 






21.60 


21.60 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills Prev.Yr. 




21.60 


21.60 




Salaries — Part Time 


8,033.00 


500.50 


8,281.00 


748.50 




Social Activities 


750.00 




878.54 




128.54 


Telephone 


300.00 




264.97 




35.03 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


300.00 




111.43 




188.57 


Postage 


200.00 




198.00 




2.00 


Travel & Meetings 


55.00 




88.45 




33.45 


Building Donation 


1,200.00 




1,200.00 






Schd #151 Senior Center 


10,838.00 


500.50 


11,022.39 


748.50 


63.61 


Dept. No. 531 Council/Aging 


24,078.00 


1,204.69 


23,375.16 


1,020.10 


518.25 


Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Services 










Department Head 


1,600.00 




1,599.96 




.04 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


1,600.00 




1,599.96 




.04 


Telephone 


50.00 




114.84 




64.84 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


75.00 




4.40 




70.60 


Travel & Meetings 


50.00 




30.60 




19.40 


Dues 


25.00 




35.00 




10.00 


Veterans' Benefits 


5,000.00 




13,412.10 


8,412.10 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


5,200.00 




13,596.94 


8,412.10 


15.16 


Photographs of Servicemen 


3,000.00 








3,000.00 


Schd #164 Art 43 ATM 4/5/86 


3,000.00 








3,000.00 


Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Serv. 


9,800.00 




15,196.90 


8,412.10 


3,015.20 


Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 












Wages — Permanent 


9,966.64 




11,834.40 


1,016.76 


851.00 


Temporary Employees 


1,350.00 




457.35 




892.65 


Grave Openings 


2,800.00 




1,375.77 




1,424.23 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


14,116.64 




13,667.52 


1,016.76 


1,465.88 


Electricity 


60.00 




106.47 




46.47 


R & M Equipment 


125.00 




71.00 




54.00 


Gasoline 


200.00 




162.26 




37.74 


Building Maint. 


100.00 




84.88 




15.12 


Tools 


280.00 




239.57 




40.43 


Unclassified Sup. & Exp. 


455.00 




543.11 




88.11 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,220.00 




1,207.29 




12.71 



— 199 



A 


ppropriation C 


'arry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Equipment 


1,350.00 




1,350.00 






Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


1,350.00 




1,350.00 






Wages— Permanent 


5,000.00 




4,424.00 




576.00 


Temporary Employees 


1,000.00 




725.00 




275.00 


Schd #104 Pers. Serv.Tr.Fd 


6,000.00 




5,149.00 




851.00 


Care of Veterans' Graves 


1,475.00 




1,475.00 






Schd #125 Central Cemetery 


1,475.00 




1,475.00 






Imprvs-Watering Sys.Woodside 681.58 




673.87 




7.71 


Schd #135 Art 19 ATM 4/5/86 681.58 




673.87 




7.71 


Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 


24,843.22 




23,522.68 


1,016.76 


2,337.30 


Dept. No. 601 Library 












Department Head 


33,870.00 




34,660.80 


790.80 




Wages Permanent 


98,592.49 




99,250.21 


440.05 


217.78 


Custodial Services 


7,365.42 




7,179.50 




185.92 


Longevity 


627.00 




1,515.50 


921.00 


32.50 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


140,454.91 




142,606.12 


2,151.85 


.64 


Electricity 


3,650.00 




3,616.36 




33.64 


Fuel 


3,600.00 




3,072.72 




527.28 


Telephone 


980.00 




751.23 




228.77 


Books 


40,300.00 




33,168,03 




7,131.97 


Magazines 






6,472.88 




6,472.88 


Audio- Visual Media 






1,922.61 




1,922.61 


Office Supplies & Exp, 


3,350.00 




2,107.23 




1,242.77 


Postage 


800.00 




90.00 




710.00 


Stationery 


250.00 




452.11 




202.11 


Building Maintenance 


1,000.00 




1,695.41 




695.41 


Travel & Meetings 


600.00 




830.03 




230.03 


Dues 


200.00 




200.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


54,730.00 




54,378.61 




351.39 


Bldg. Maintenance 


600.00 


600.00 








Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


600.00 


600.00 








Books 


6,500.00 




5,000.00 




1,500.00 


Schd #117 General Exp. TF 


6,500.00 




5,000.00 




1,500.00 


OCLN Computerized System 


26,000.00 


22,732.70 


3,267.30 






Schd #161 Special Article 


26,000.00 


22,732.70 


3,267.30 






Old Colony Library Network 












Proj. to Comp. Records 


24,274.00 


6,248.77 


18,025.23 






Schd #165 Art 20 4/5/85 FY86 


. 24,274.00 


6,248.77 


18,025.23 






Dept. No. 601 Library 


252,558.91 


29,581.47 


223,277.26 


2,151.85 


1,852.03 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 












Department Head 


27,247.00 




27,583.36 


231.08 


105.28 


Temporary Employees 


14,287.68 




14,142.92 




144.76 


Longevity 






200.00 


200.00 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


41,534.68 




41,926.28 


431.08 


39.48 


Band Concerts 


800.00 




800.00 






Social Activities 


100.00 




130.00 




30.00 


Electricity 


450.00 




152.98 




297.02 


R & M Equipment 


280.00 




113.97 




166.03 


Telephone 


1,000.00 




978.99 




21.01 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


250.00 




380.30 




130.30 


Postage 


200.00 




198.35 




1.65 



200 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Stationery 


25.00 






25.00 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,600.00 


1,715.29 




115.29 


Mileage Allowance 


900.00 


901.95 




1.95 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


5,605.00 


5,371.83 




233.17 


Dept. No.621 Recreation 


47,139.68 


47,298.11 


431.08 


272.65 


Dept. No. 643 Celebrations 










Unclassified Supplies 


900.00 


1,305.80 


405.80 




Schd#102 General Exp. 


900.00 


1,305.80 


405.80 




Dep. No. 643 Celebrations 


900.00 


1,305.80 


405.80 




Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 










Extraordinary Roof Repairs 










Deer Hill &Jr/SrH.S. 


72,500.00 


72,500.00 






Agent Fees— Debt Serv. 




648.00 


648.00 




Debt— Jr. Sr. H.S. 


90,000.00 


90,000.00 






Sewer Phase I 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 






Sewer Phase II 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 






Acq. of Railroad Property 


26,400.00 


26,400.00 






Landfill Project 


48,000.00 


48,000.00 






Schd#126 Maturing Debt 


266,900.00 


267.548.00 


648.00 




Tax Anticipation 


15,000.00 


266.00 




14,734.00 


Phase I Sewer 


630.00 


630.00 






Phase II Sewer 


6,630.00 


6,630.00 






Phase III Sewer— Plans & 










Specifications 


30,000.00 






30,000.00 


School Debt 


35,124.00 


35,123.75 




.25 


Tax Abatement 


1,500.00 






1,500.00 


Acq. of Land Railroad Prop. 


2,427.00 


2,427.41 




.41 


Landfill Project 


7,632.00 


7,632.00 






Int. Antic. State Grant— Hwys 


6,911.35 




6,911.35 


Schd#127 Interest 


98,943.00 


59,620.51 




39,322.49 


Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 


365,843.00 


327,168.51 


648.00 


39,322.49 




9,776,590.27 208,246.86 


9,657,399.11 


352,%2.08 


263,906.38 



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Schedule GF-4 
STATE AND COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 

Net Underestimates 





Estimated 




Forward to 


Account 


Charges 


Expenditures 


Fiscal 1988 


County Tax 


$121,968.00 


$121,889.00 


$ (79.00) 


Special Education 


7,236.00 


7,428.00 


192.00 


Motor Vehicle Excise Bills 


1,120.00 


1,120.00 





Health Insurance 


44,100.00 


44,100.00 





Mosquito Control Project 


5,247.00 


5,247.00 





Air Pollution Control Districts 


1,836.00 


1,836.00 





Metro. Area Planning Council 


1,301.00 


1,301.00 





Mass Bay Trans Authority 


107,675.00 


126,478.00 


18,803.00 




$290,483.00 


$309,399.00 


$18,916.00 



Schedule SR-2 
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 
STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1987 

Revenue: 
Funds received— Entitlement and Interest on deposits $ 26,993. 19 



Other Financing Uses: 
Transfer to General Fund 

Excess of Other Uses over Revenues 
Fund Balance July 1, 1986 
Fund Balance June 30, 1987 



34,682.74 



(7,689.55) 
7,689.55 



Schedule SR-4 



SPECIAL REVENUE— HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 



Revenue: 
State Grants: 
Chapter811 Acts of 1985 
State Shared Revenue 
Chapter 90 
Interest on Deposits 



34,364.00 

154,169.85 

64,635.00 

3,052.35 



$256,221.20 



205 



Expenditures: 

Resurfacing Streets 
Border Street Bridge 
Payment of Notes 



Excess of Expenditures over Revenues: 

Other Financing Sources: 
Proceeds from Sale of Temporary Loans 
Transfer from General Fund 



55,000.00 
154,169.85 
218,804.85 



192,606.00 
34,394.00 



427,974.70 
(171,753.50) 

227,000.00 



Excess of Revenue and other Sources 
over Expenditures 

Fund Balance July 1, 1986 
Fund Balance June 30, 1987 



55,246.50 
34,479.47 
89,725.97 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

ENTERPRISE FUND— WATER 

BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1987 



Schedule WF-1 



ASSETS 

Cash — Unrestricted Checking 

Due from the Commonwealth 

Amount to be provided due to General Fund 

Amount to be provided Long Term Debt 

User Charges Receivable 

Water Liens 

Other 

Total Assets 



$ 55,215.83 

368,568.48 

206,000.00 

2,274,000.00 

63,160.63 

1,743.75 

849.60 

$2,969,538.29 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 

Deferred Revenue Enterprise Receivables and Liens 

Warrants Payable 

Due to the General Fund 

Deferred Revenue/State Grant Water Treatment Plant 

Bonds Payable 

Fund Balance 

Insurance Reimbursements 

Unreserved Retained Earnings 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balance 



$ 4,766.65 
42,177.34 



5 20,340.20 

53,685.62 

206,000.00 

368,568.48 

2,274,000.00 



46,943.99 
$2,969,538.29 



206 — 



Schedule WF-2 

Town of Cohasset, Water Department 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Charges 

In Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 



Revenues received: * 




User Charges 


$506,481.59 


Water Liens 


4,565.49 


Interest — Delinquent Accounts 


7,011.89 


Hydrants— Town of Cohasset 


76,500.00 


Services 


5,350.00 


Miscellaneous 


4,278.14 


Disposition of Fixed Assets 


300.00 


State Reimbursement: 




Debt receipts— New Water Treatment Fac. 14,871 .36 


Certain Chemicals 


1,010.58 


Transfer from General Fund 


1,666.43 



TOTAL REVENUES 622,035.48 

Expenditures (see schedule WF-3) 657,405.86 

Net Loss $(35,370.38) 

Retained earnings July 1, 1986 13,001.27 
Add: Close out of prior yr. encumb. 458.28 
Transfer of Fund Balance- 
Interest Received 1 ,485 .79 
Correction for Bond Proceeds 

Rec'd in FY 1984 490,000.00 

Close out of Notes Payable Acct. 16,817.73 508,761 .80 



: Fiscal 1986 revenue accrual 


45,617.35 


Adjustment to amount due 




General Fund 


75,988.75 


Transfer of State Grant 




Fund Balance 


306,595.81 


Close out of Construction 




in Progress account 


16,013.44 



444,215.35 64,546.45 

Retained earnings June 30, 1987 $42,177.34 

♦Cash Basis 



— 207 — 



Schedule WF-3 



FISCAL 1987 YEAR END CLOSE OUT LEDGER 
WATER DEPARTMENT 





Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Department Head 


$ 36,126.00 


37,539.36 


686.40 


726.96 


Wages— Permanent 


140,656.68 


139,814.97 


1,696.51 


2,538.22 


Clerical Salaries 


17,249.31 


17,493.19 


702.09 


458.21 


Temporary Employees 


9,323.92 


6,466.87 




2,857.05 


Overtime 


13,331.45 


12,134.71 




1,196.74 


Longevity 


900.00 


1,800.00 


900.00 




Paid Holidays 


2,505.36 


1,545.04 




960.32 


Schedule #101 










Personal Services 


220,092.72 


216,794.14 


3,985.00 


7,283.58 


Uniform Allowance 


250.00 


245.00 




5.00 


In-Service Training 


25.00 






25.00 


Electricity 


40,000.00 


30,010.63 




9,989.37 


Fuel 


5,700.00 


5.018.56 




681.44 


Grounds Maintenance 


300.00 


104.69 




195.31 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


2,500.00 


1,739.96 




760.04 


R & M Equipment 


5,000.00 


2,375.41 




2,624.59 


R & M Office Equipment 


100.00 






100.00 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


150.00 


60.51 




89.49 


Advertising 


200.00 


562.99 




362.99 


Data Processing Services 


1,200.00 


597.00 




603.00 


Computer Maintenance 


6,812.00 


6,737.90 




74.10 


Telephone 


2,000.00 


2,546.87 




546.87 


Page Call Contract 


305.00 


295.00 




10.00 


Contract Services 


5,500.00 


2,700.00 




2,800.00 


Photocopier Maintenance 


360.00 






360.00 


Control Console/Maint. 


5,784.00 


5,421.28 




362.72 


Lab Supplies 


1,500.00 


1,410.66 




89.34 


Gasoline 


2,000.00 


1,593.96 




406.04 


Diesel Fuel 


400.00 


239.54 




160.46 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


700.00 


822.50 




122.50 


Postage 


2,244.00 


1,761.78 




482.22 


Printing & Stationery 


300.00 


186.00 




114.00 


Computer Paper/Forms 


1,300.00 


1,319.31 




19.31 


Building Maintenance 


2,500.00 


2,460.03 




39.97 


Custodial SuppUes 


1,700.00 


1,489.02 




210.98 


Tools 


550.00 


539.37 




10.63 


Road Maintenance 


2,100.00 


1,339.04 




760.96 


Pipe & Fittings 


10,000.00 


6,376.11 




3,623.89 


Meters & Fittings 


15,000.00 


11,261.53 




3,738.47 


Purification Suppies 


20,000.00 


16,602.92 




3,397.08 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,000.00 


1,052.20 




52.20 


Bond Registration Exp. 


324.00 






324.00 


Travel & Meetings 


50.00 


54.40 




4.40 


Dues 


230.00 


148.50 




81.50 


Schedule No. 102 










General Expenses 


138,084.00 


107,072.67 




31,011.33 


Engineering Services 


1,000.00 






1,000.00 


Equipment 


6,195.00 


5,663.46 




531.54 



— 208 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Computer Terminal & Software 1 ,500.00 


1,500.00 






Chlorine Leak Detectors 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 






Off Equip. & Furniture 


400.00 


289.55 




110.45 


Schedule #103 










Capital Outlay 


10,295.00 


8,653.01 




1.641.99 


Pension Costs 


37,000.00 


34,335.05 




2,664.95 


Schedule #11 8 Norfolk 










Cty Retirement System 


37,000.00 


34,335.05 




2,664.95 


Workers' Comp. 


7,520.00 


2,250.00 




5,270.00 


General Liability 


35,435.00 


19,474.00 




15,961.00 


Boilers 


275.00 


275.00 






Inland Marine 


223.00 






223.00 


Crime Bond— All Employees 


225.00 


175.00 




50.00 


Motor Vehicles 


3,922.00 


2,044.00 




1,878.00 


Schedule #122 










Ins. Exp. 


47,600.00 


24,218.00 




23,382.00 


Life Insurance 


113.00 


167.34 




54.34 


Health Insurance 


16,343.71 


17,792.45 


1,666.43 


217.69 


Schedule #123 










Group Insurance 


16,456.71 


17,959.79 


1,666.43 


163.35 


Water Treatment Facility 


74,000.00 


74,000.00 






Impr. to Water 










Distribution System 


25,000.00 


25,000.00 






Schedule #126 










Maturing Debt 


99,000.00 


99,000.00 






Water Treatment Facility 


95,400.00 


95,400.00 






Impr. to Water 










Distribution System 


38,537.50 


38,537.50 






Schedule #127 










Interest 


133,937.50 


133,937.50 






New Truck Less Trade In 


10,000.00 


7,590.00 




2,410.00 


Schedule #135 










Art 19, ATM 4/5/86 


10,000.00 


7,590.00 




2,410.00 


Upgrade Computer System 




2,606.45 


4,400.00 


1,793.55 


Schedule #179 










FY87-STM 6/23/86 




2,606.45 


4,400.00 


1,793.55 


Fees Relating to 










Lily Pond Estates 




5,239.25 


6,000.00 


760.75 


Schedule #180 










STM— 6/23/86 FY87 




5,239.25 
657,405.86 


6,000.00 
16,051.43 


760.75 




712,465.93 


71,111.50 



209 



CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 

BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1987 



Schedule CP-1 



Assets 

Cash — Unrestricted Checking 

Total Assets 

Liabilities and Fund Balances 

Fund Balance School Roof Repairs 
Fund Balance Sewer Project 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 



181,438.68 
$181,438.68 



25,992.33 
155.446.35 

$181,438.68 



CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 

Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 



Schedule CP-2 



Balance 
Forward 

Plans & Specs. Sewer Project 155,446.35 

Roof Repairs— Deer Hill & H. S. 25,992.33 

181,438.68 



Appropriated 
Fiscal 1987 



Expenditure 



Balance 

155,446.35 
25,992.33 

181,438.68 



BALANCE SHEET 

DEFERRED REVENUE ACCOUNTS 

June 30, 1987 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Not Due: 



$10,820.99 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Revenue Due 
Due in Fiscal: 

1987 

1988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

1994 



2,004.01 


1,736.68 


1,736.68 


1,736.68 


1,736.68 


1,736.66 


70.80 


62.80 



$10.820.99 



— 210 



DEFERRED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1987 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments 

not due— July 1, 1986 
Less— Collections July 1, 1986 

to June 30, 1987 

Less — Added to Real Estate Taxes 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments 
not due— June 30, 1987 



1986 1987-1994 Total 

$ 2,004.01 $12,339.74 $14,343.75 

1,518.75 1,518.75 

2,004.01 10,820.99 12,825.00 

2,004.01 —0— 2,004.01 



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Appointed Town Officers 6 

Aging, Council On 123 

Animal Control Department 118 

Board of Assessors 117 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 117 

Cable Television Council 118 

Capital Budget Committee 119 

Cemetery Study Committee 119 

Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 120 

Collector of Taxes 146 

Conservation Commission 126 

Constitutional Bicentennial Committee 121 

Cultural Exchange Committee 122 

Fair Housing 122 

Fire Department 163 

Government Island Study Committee 124 

Harbor Committee 126 

Harbor Department 125 

Health, Board of 127 

Highway Department 129 

Historical Commission 129 

Housing Authority 128 

In Memoriam 1 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 130 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 132 

Personnel Committee 134 

Planning Board 134 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 133 

Police Department 135 

Recreation Director 149 

Registrars, Board of 116 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 138 

Sewer Commission 159 

School Department 151 

Superintendents Report 151 

School Committee 152 



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Index 

Selectmen, Board of 17 

Sewer Commission 159 

Social Service League 160 

South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School 

Representative 158 

Superintendent 157 

Survey the Structure and Function of Town Government, Committee to 162 

Town Accountant 165 

Statement of Revenues 170 

Close Out Ledger — General Fund 173 

Balance Sheets 

All Fund Types and Account Groups 166 

Capital Projects Funds 210 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 210 

Federal Revenue Sharing 205 

General Fund 170 

Special Revenue 202 

Special Revenue, Highway 205 

Water Fund 206 

State & County Assessments 205 

Statement of Long Term Debt 215 

Trust Funds 212 

Town Clerk 20 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 16 

Annual Town Meeting (April 4, 6, and 7th, 1987) 20 

Annual Town Election (April 11, 1987) 92 

Special Town Meeting (October 26 & 27th, 1987) 95 

Vital Statistics 108 

Births 108 

Deaths 113 

Marriages 110 

Town Hall Building Committee 161 

Town Treasurer & Collector 137 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 150 

Water Commissioners, Board of 161 

Watershed Area Protection Committee 148 

Wiring Department 136 

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